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Wolfe in Transition

Saturday, August 9th, 2014:

“About our project in Northern Portugal to renovate some ruins and abandoned land. But more than this – to apply building and energy systems that are local, renewable and less polluting, more efficient, healthier and cheaper. And to actually learn about how they work practically, so one day we can teach others here and in […]  Read more from > Wolfe in Transition

Green Turbine

Thursday, January 17th, 2013:

Green Turbine (TM) is a very small (slightly larger than a football) steam driven turbo generator that converts (waste) heat into electricity. This makes the Green Turbine an excellent choice in applications where both heat and electricity is required (combined heat and power). The part of the energy not converted to electricity is available for […]  Read more from > Green Turbine

Cold Fusion Now Art Contest

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012:

I’ve put a great deal of time and effort into understanding what’s happening with LENR/cold fusion reactions. Overwhelming evidence confirms LENR is proven beyond doubt, but exactly how the process works is still not understood. Fully understanding the process is vital to engineering efficient LENR devices. The Cold Fusion Now art contest was an impetus […]  Read more from > Cold Fusion Now Art Contest