One such ‘Big Difference’ person is Charles Barton who writes about nuclear energy at the Nuclear Green Blog.  By some wee bit of astonishment Mr. Barton has engaged Jesse Jenkins, the Director of Energy and Climate Policy of the The Breakthrough Institute, an active Energy/Environment Blogger, and an active participant on the Energy Collective, in […]

The Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) has a new study out that finds the economic impact of oil sands development in Canada will boom in the U.S. economy and is expected to lead to the creation of more than 342,000 new U.S. jobs between 2011 and 2015.  That’s up close timing and a serious number […]

Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT) in Pfinztal near Karlsruhe envision a new type of redox flow battery that presents an innovative improvement and perhaps a huge advantage for electric vehicles. If the redox rechargeable batteries are low, the discharged electrolyte fluid can simply be exchanged at the “filling station” for recharged […]

Thursday October 15, 2008 saw the Lerner fusion device at Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, now named FoFu, startup and run at just under half input power. After seven years of theoretical work and raising money, five months of design, five months of construction and assembly, and a week of testing, Eric Lerner and his team now […]

Researchers in the U.K. have discovered a magnetic equivalent to electricity – single magnetic charges that can behave and interact like electrical ones. The implications are significant if not fully understood or thought out to the possibilities.  The potential will change as more experimenters achieve seeing the phenomena, thus offering more ideas on where the […]

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