Milestones and Trends in Renewable Energy

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Some reflections and projections from the field of clean energy technology.

Pure Energy Systems News (PESN) has released a summary report of 2005, with projections for 2006.

According to the report, the year 2005 saw large wind power installments come into a price range where they are now competitive with traditional grid prices. 2006 could see several solar designs do the same.

The report also notes that Cold fusion was boosted with two, concurrent and independent sonofusion breakthroughs, though the stigma in the name is still deeply seated.

Projections for 2006 include the arrival on the commercial scene of floating wind turbines -- buoyed up in the water like oil rigs, or elevated high in the air, courtesy of helium. Also, 2006 is likely to see at least three companies offering after-market kits for adding Brown's gas (H and O from electrolysis, common ducted) to the air intake of vehicles for enhanced mileage and performance. Many other fuel economizing systems are slated to mature in the marketplace.

The report also predicts that evidence of climate change will likely continue to mount, adding urgency to the search for solutions. And while it will yet be years before we harness lightning, stable tornado systems prototypes that tap waste heat from power plants could arrive this coming year.

Will 2006 be the year that clean energy becomes more the vogue than cool computer gadgets?

To see the full report with references, go to:

http://pesn.com/2006/01/01/9600216_Year_in_Review_and_Forecast/

Pure Energy Systems News is produced by PES Network Inc., whose purpose is to promote awareness and foster development of clean energy technologies. This year-end summary and forecast was written by PES founder and executive directory, Sterling D. Allan, who is also founder of the New Energy Congress mentioned in his report. This Congress was established to streamline the process of identifying promising energy technologies.

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