There’s the politically correct headline, but since so many think “Merry Christmas” is some sort of mental assault, this writer would point out that Happy Holidays is a sort of mental assault on Christians.  A cynic might say it’s just an assault on a majority, which incidentally practices forgiveness, so it’s really easy to get […]

LS9, with a fresh $30 million in hand is planning to ready LS9’s lead products for commercial production and support additional development and growth programs. Raising money in 2010 was tough, but all of LS9’s big investors returned for a fourth financing round plus the huge BlackRock in New York joined in.  A year ago […]

Syracuse University and University of Minnesota researchers have come up with two new ideas to enhance efficiency of wind turbines. With funding support from the U.S. Department of Energy through the University of Minnesota Wind Energy Consortium, the Syracuse University’s L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science (LCS) research team is testing new intelligent-systems-based […]

NASA’s Mark Moore is developing methods the government can use to fairly evaluate competing ideas on tethering a turbine-vehicle flying and how to capture and use the wind aloft energy efficiently. Moore’s “turf” starts at about 2,000 feet and runs to over 30,000 feet or just over 500 meters to beyond 9,000. Moore is an […]

Dr. Mills’ BlackLight Power hasn’t made much news for 2010.  That’s not to say they haven’t been busy there all year.  Without press releases and media notice not much attention is getting paid, so this writer is going to remedy that for the readers of this space. Most striking is the Company’s spring paper of […]

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