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Old 06-01-2009, 01:37 PM   #1
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This thread will explore the information related to free energy community production.

Here's some links for information on DIY production for solar/wind/battery technologies.

http://www.homesolarenergykits.com/diypowersystem/
http://renewableenergy-solutions.inf...wer-system.php
http://homesolarwind.com/reviews/diy...em-review.html

other recommended system
http://homesolarwind.com/reviews/gre...gy-review.html
http://www.diysolarandwind.jooreview...wersystem.html
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Old 06-01-2009, 01:47 PM   #2
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Production cost dropping to 1 dollar per watt for solar:


http://greeninc.blogs.nytimes.com/20...try-milestone/


http://www.renewableenergymagazine.c...0energy%20news
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Old 06-01-2009, 01:54 PM   #3
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The future for lighting is in LEDs. They have very long life, 50,000+ hours of life (over 11 years), extreme low power (high efficiency) and will drop in price in the coming years. There is no issue of contamination like the existing florescent lights.

Here's a link to producs, direct replacements for existing bulbs, also 12V products that is of interest to an off grid system:

http://www.earthled.com/distributors.html
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Old 06-01-2009, 06:12 PM   #4
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Nano solar claims a production cost of $0.39 cents per watt in future:
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Nano-solar -- This is a company that as the potential to change the world. It has developed proprietary technology that makes it possible to simply roll-print solar cells that require only 1/100th as thick an absorber as a silicon-wafer cell (yet deliver similar performance and durability). It has so far raised over $1Bn US and is building a factory in the US, Germany and Wales. Their technology dramatically lowers the process cost and complexity involved in the production of thin-film solar cells and makes it possible to scale production very rapidly. The result sets the standard for the technology and products that make it possible to put A Solar Panel on Every Building™. Nanosolar is on track to make solar electricity:
i. cost-efficient for ubiquitous deployment
ii. mass-produced on a global scale
iii. available in many versatile forms.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4riNl...layer_embedded


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Product cost. Nanosolar claims to have produced "the world's lowest-cost solar panel."[31] This cost has been variously reported as "cell costs [of] only $0.36 per peak watt,"[32] a "raw uninstalled cost of solar electricity [of] about 40 to 60 cents per watt,"[26] and an "aim to produce the panels for 99 cents a watt."[33] It has been reported that Nanosolar CEO Martin Roscheisen declined to comment on the $0.36 per peak watt figure.[25] It should be noted that a cell cost of $0.36/watt is consistent with a wholesale solar panel cost of $0.99/watt and Nanosolar has not been criticized for being inconsistent in its claims; rather, skeptics have expressed doubt that Nanosolar can produce a product at the costs claimed in the foreseeable future.[25]. Meanwhile, thin-film competitor, First Solar, has announced the achievement of $0.98/watt panel production cost[34]).
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Old 06-01-2009, 11:26 PM   #5
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Thanks NorthernSantuary for this valuable information, I will begin to update myself on the subject beginning this week or so.

Although I use to take the time to listen to any free energy specialist (there use to be one every two mount or so in c2c) I have always have difficulties with this subject because of the lack of lead. Should I go with solar, wind, cold fusion or a Denis Lee kind of setup. As of late, I was not confident on following a "wow" solution.

But now given the situation I believe this subject must be studied carefully.

I will try to post comment here once in a while and I hope other will too.
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Old 06-02-2009, 07:14 PM   #6
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Hi CosmicJobFocus,

Glad you will put some time on this. I can tell you that we will need a combination of all the different energy sources. The solar technology is reliable, but requires sunlight. Some worse case scenarios will not be able to provide this for a certain period of time. In the same scenarios, I believe the wind will be there for some time. Hydro is a dependable source, but not available at all locations. The zero point energy technolgy is there, but not disclosed in the open yet; hopefully it will be available in the not too distant future.

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Old 06-25-2009, 09:07 PM   #7
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Hi,
I'd like you to know that Free Energy doesn't exist but it is conversion of energy. We have to extract energy from somewhere (wind, water, solar, etc). So it is the energy from free source but we have to pay for the device used.

I'd like you to know that there is some new ¨Free energy¨ device that there is not so much people that even know that it exixt. Search Google for : Free energy and you'll find plenty of website for device that produce energy.

Jonh Bedini, Stanley Meyer, Tom Bearden and so many other have builded device that produce free energy without wind, solar and water. It is extracted from the vaccum. YES, the vaccum is an energy source that has infinite amount of energy (the sun has a finite amount of energy).

I'm presently looking to build a ¨John Bedini Monopole Motor¨ and I'd like to know if someone in Canada ever did it or is presently doing it??? If yes, contact me here!! Or if you want any other information, ask me because I have a lot...

I'm living in Montreal and I speak french too (it is my first language).
I'm waiting for your reply!
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Old 06-26-2009, 03:26 AM   #8
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Hi Vince,

There is a lot of information on the zero point energy from the "vacuum". It's being able to duplicate the device that is critical. It's something that needs to be investigated. There is an interest in the Montreal groundcrew to look into this, although the shelter and food are higher priority. You're welcome to join our next meeting to discuss it.

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Old 06-27-2009, 01:01 AM   #9
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Hi NorthernSantuary,
I have searched for any info I could see on the net, I saw videos and bought books for over 2 years but being well informed in free energy only since last year.

I think Tom Bearden (phD) is one person who really understand what is going on. He takes advantage of the few publications in the scientific Journals so what he tells is true. He explain it in the ¨Energy from the vaccum series¨ DVD and in his books. Having a small scientific background in physics, I know this person doesn't lies and that's the reason I'll try to see if I could extract some watts from the vaccum.

That's true that this is not the priority (energy) but just think 2 sec. what Montreal would be without power (electricity and fuel) only for 72 hours...hell.

I'd be happy to to join your next meeting to discuss it. But I may not be able to explain this technology in english as this is not my first language. When and where will it be anyways? Thanks
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Old 06-27-2009, 11:08 PM   #10
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Hi Vince,

I read up on some of Bearden's work on the MEG. I'm also aware of people that have tried to duplicate it. This is where the time and effort needs to be done, the duplication. I'm not aware of any MEG that generates sufficient power to be useful.

It's not that energy isn't important, it is. The problem is the amount of unknown time it would take to get it working, and we have traditional alternative energy sources; that's why it is not as important as food or shelter.

There's people that speak French, so it should not be a problem. Maybe in the next couple of weeks, we should have another meeting. Check the postings.

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