After the alt-energy milestone Renaissance Charge conference, I’ve had a fun full week of travels in snow, slush, fog and rain; challenges in getting online at rural homes of relatives; and in Vancouver helping others to plan for a smaller-scale New Energy event on this coming Friday. So my promised report about recent conferences isn’t as timely as promised. Maybe tomorrow…
Here’s the details of the little event this Friday Nov. 26, 7:30 pm, titled ‘What’s happening in the Tesla tech new-energy scene?’ It’s happening at 5840 Oak Street, at Unity of Vancouver, lower level, free parking. ($10 admission fee.)
Four of us who recently returned from the Renaissance Charge conference will report in person about it — two of us from non-technical viewpoints and two technical professionals will present their understanding of what they saw and learned about cutting-edge energy technologies.
For instance they’ll report on what they learned about John Bedini’s ‘Radiant Energy’ battery chargers, advanced automatic battery-swapping systems for EVs, and report on the Lockridge motor and Peter Lindemann’s further explanations at the event in Idaho — how to get more out of DC motors. (Dr. Lindemann will soon be selling a video of his excellent lecture, on his website.)
The event in Vancouver is very much open to the general public; non-technical people can enjoy the Big Picture discussions, and techies can also network. Just show up and you’ll be welcomed, whatever your interest in clean energy breakthroughs.