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Author Topic: Video: The Top 10 Exotic Free Energy Technologies  (Read 2926 times)

Offline 4Tesla

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Video: The Top 10 Exotic Free Energy Technologies
« on: January 25, 2010, 02:47:39 AM »
Hi all,

I found this great presentation of exotic free energy technologies by Sterling Allan over on PESWiki.  It covers a lot of the active topics on this forum.

The Top 10 Exotic Free Energy Technologies - Jan. 8, 2010, 1.5 hours



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Re: Video: The Top 10 Exotic Free Energy Technologies
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2010, 06:27:08 AM »
Thanks for your video and I saw there that ""Top 10 Exotic Free Energy Technologies" list will be quite a bit different than the Top 100 Clean Energy Technologies listing we at the New Energy Congress maintain, though there is some overlap. The Top 100 list consists mainly of conventional renewables -- technologies that most mainstream news services gladly cover. The Top 100 are also typically further along in having validation, third party testing, and a strong business team. These factors make them easier to assess and compare to other technologies.

The more exotic technologies tend to be evasive in getting to the same level of validation, third party testing; and often they languish in having a sturdy business team, because it is harder to attract regular talent to them due to their exotic nature. But what they do have going for them is working prototypes, which if engineered for production and brought to the marketplace could pale other renewables in comparison. They would be much cheaper, and many of them would produce power 24/7, making them more reliable for base load needs.

By featuring them, my intent is to bolster them, increasing their chances of making it to market. The purpose is to bring to people's attention those technologies that don't get much attention but which have a significant glimmer of hope that if the right talent were brought to bear they could really change the energy landscape. "