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The Continuing Search For Green Energy

As the E-Cat community continues to wait for the conclusion of perhaps the longest third party test in scientific history, the rest of the world continues to try to harness energy on the…

Germany’s Solar Production Tops 59%

This year, on Germany’s Reunification Day (October 3), the country celebrated another great accomplishment. This particularly sunny, windy day boosted their green energy production to over 59%. According to The 9 Billion, solar…

Green Energy Not So Easy For All

While Germany, at least by some accounts, seems to be making a killing in the green energy industry, the United States just can’t seem to get it right. Solyndra, of course, is the…

ITER And Nuclear Fusion

All this year, France has been building a mega-billion euro fusion reactor called ITER. According to their website, they spend two years preparing the site. This involved not only leveling and clearing the…

Germany Making Moves To Close Fossil Fuel Plants

The Green Initiative in Europe has had mixed reviews, and is eyed with much skepticism by many. However, Germany is reporting successes that could lead to the closing of some fossil fuel plants….

Recent Interview With Andrea Rossi

Andrea Rossi recently participated in an hour and a half interview with two people very knowledgeable in and supportive of LENR technology – Sterling Allan of Pure Energy Systems News and Frank Acland…

UK Green Deal – Based More On Convenience Than Commitment?

The UK Green Deal is much touted as their solution to consumer motivation. The Green Deal is geared to encourage homeowners to upgrade their homes to green technologies. The figures for subsidies are…

Electric Vehicles in US & UK

Electric vehicles for personal transportation have long been touted as the solution to the high cost of gasoline and diesel. However, electric vehicles have not become popular in the United States or in…

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U.S. Politics & Green Technology

The United States has had some really foul weather over the last few years. That’s not to say the rest of the world has not suffered, but in the U.S., political pressure is…

Solar Power About To Get Cheaper?

Considering that sunshine is free, solar power units are certainly expensive. The number of solar panels necessary increases the price. The batteries and the amount of space the panels use can also be…

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