Archive for the ‘sterling engine’ Category

Top 100 Energy Technologies

July 18, 2007

Ok, so…. Im going to be focused on digging down through these. One quick comment… I CALLED IT! Real quick self-congratulatory indulgence. i have a feeling after taking a look at the sterling engine design, and the parabolic dish, just in-expertly puring over the technology, production cost, etc… that it looke DAMN intriguing. And of course, the congress on energy tech chose it for # 2. Yay me. I’ve been plagued since then with some very interesting ideas about the fact that sterling motors react to even SMALL tempurature variants. Like say, the kind of gradients that make the difference between tarmac here in florida, and the earth not 10 feet down, look … well… like free money.


A New Energy Congress prioritized listing of the very best energy technologies according to ten criteria, including: renewable, environmentally safe, affordable, credible, reliable, developed, and safe (among others). The New Energy Congress is an association for the purpose of reviewing the most promising claims to up-and-coming clean, renewable, affordable, reliable energy technologies, in order to come up with a weighted list of recommendations of the best technologies.