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7th Annual Mid-Atlantic Energy Technology Forum - Coming up April 8, 2015
The Cleantech Alliance Mid-Atlantic, an organization I co-founded with Kevin Brown of Hobbes & Towne, is hosting its 7th annual energy technology forum, once again in partnership this year with the law firm of Pepper Hamilton. More details to come, but I wa...
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10 Favs; 10 Years: The Coming Disruption - Lead It or Lose It
Back in 2011, disruption was very much on my mind -- personally, professionally, and economically. Reading that post now -- in the wake of the current social unrest and new revelations about the banking system -- I wonder if plummeting down the same cliff. ...
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10 Favs; 10 Years: Kalyan Paul and Grassroots, Integrated Solutions in the Indian Himalayas
In recognition of The Green Skeptic's 10th Annivesary, I'm hand-picking ten of my personal favorite posts from the last decade. Here's the first, from 2008, a post about a visit I made to Ashoka-fellow Kalyan Paul in the Indian Himalayas. --SEA Kalyan and A...
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Nat Bullard of BNEF spoke to EY's Cleantech CEO Retreat, which I hosted a few weeks ago in Napa. Here's what he had to say about Four Moments in Cleantech Time
My pal Nat Bullard of Bloomberg New Energy Finance kicked off EY's 4th annual Cleantech CEO Retreat, which I hosted a couple of weeks ago, with a look back. Here is his post from his Sparklines email newsletter, reprinted with his permission: Sparklines 10: Four moments in cleantech time ...
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Hi,
I am sending you some info about a new technology that neutralizes pollution. Please see below.
I hope you can publish this short article for your readers.
Please accept my apologies of you have received the same information from other people.
 
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Hydro Nano Gas could be the Answer for Neutralizing Carbon Fuel Emissions
 
Hydro Infra Technologies (HIT), a Swedish clean tech company based in Stockholm, has developed an innovative patent pending approach for neutralizing carbon fuel emissions by generating a novel gas called Hydro Nano Gas (HNG).

In spite of all the advancement happening in the energy sector, global economies are still dependent on fossil fuels as the interlinked chain of costs to completely replace the burning of fossil fuels with more clean and sustainable options is beyond the financial resources of even the richest nations.
 
This in turn affects the climate change scenario which has been continuously increasing as more pollution and green house gases are created from burning fossil fuels on a daily basis.

This dilemma requires a new approach with safe, cost effective and smart solutions; the solution in sight? Making any fossil fuel climate neutral – and this is exactly what HIT’s Hydro Nano Gas proposes to do.

Water contains 2 basic elements, Hydrogen and Oxygen. These 2 basic elements can be split, divided and utilized. Splitting water (H2O) is a known science. But the energy costs to perform splitting outweigh the energy created from hydrogen when the Hydrogen is split from the water molecule H2O. This is where mainstream science usually closes the book on the subject.

HIT took a different approach by postulating that it was not only possible but indefinitely sustainable to split water in an energy efficient way to extract a high yield of Hydrogen at very low cost.
 
The process of creating HNG involves pulsing a range of low energy frequencies in a very specific sequence into water. The pulsing treatment effectively manipulates the molecules to line up in a certain structure which are then put through a splitting process. The result is HNG.

Being exotic as it is, HNG displays some very different properties from normal hydrogen. For instance: HNG instantly neutralizes carbon fuel pollution emissions; HNG can be pressurized up to 2 bars; HNG combusts at a rate of 9000 meters per second while normal Hydrogen combusts at a rate 600 meters per second; oxygen values actually increase when HNG is inserted into a diesel flame; and finally, HNG acts like a vortex on fossil fuel emissions causing the flame to be pulled into the centre thus concentrating the heat and combustion properties.

Injecting HNG into a combustion chamber produces several effects that increase the burn efficiency of the fuels. HNG gasification effectively burns unburned residue/cluster while completing the burn process quicker. The long term impact of using HNG in the burning of fossil fuels can provide the balanced solution for the on going economic-climate change debate.

The new technology is also found to be effective in the treatment of polluted water; when HNG Nano bubbles are injected into polluted water, a microbe chain reaction is initiated that rapidly triggers and boosts the waters’ own organic repairing process. While further testing and validation are required, the discovery creates new potential in providing solutions to critical areas of global pollution.

HIT is also developing a Smoke Eliminator for all sorts of plants and facilities. The process reduces the need for smoke analysis as it results in a clean wet scrubber technology where CO2 becomes a clean by-product ready to be reused.

Further, a miniaturized version of the standard HNG reactor will help HIT achieve its goal of gassing 9,000 cubic meters of smoke volume per second. Using Nano technology, the reactor will see the beginning of a new technology phase for each HNG application, reports HIT.

The HIT innovation story begins in the 1980’s when a small team of dedicated technicians, researchers and engineers came together to innovate real world solutions based on the theoretical research conducted by Nobel prize winner Professor Yuan Tse Lee. The goal was clear - to ‘crack’ the Hydrogen code.

In late 2012, after years of on/off research and experimentation, they finally cracked the code and HNG was born.
 
HIT was formed to spread their discoveries to the world as Information Technology via joint venture partners.
 
HIT has also selected SGS – the worlds leading testing/validation and certification company – to be its’ permanent testing-validation protocol partner, providing certification that enables HIT to expand into global markets.
 
Read more about HIT:  www.hydroinfra.com
 
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The Green Tech Party of Israel (jewishlight.blogspot.co.il) will form the government of the 20th Knesset.

The IGTP offers Israel and the world, North Sea quality, algae based, crude oil technology that the Diamond Shamrock oil company says will cost between $22 to $25 a barrel

Daniel Berger
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www.witt-energy-solutions.com
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Another of my favorite Green Skeptic posts from the past decade, "The Coming Disruption - Lead It of Lose It."
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34 years ago today...here's my post about John Lennon from The Green Skeptic, 10 Favs; 10 Years.
10 Favs; 10 Years: IMAGINE The Man Who Cared, John Lennon. It was 34 years ago today John Lennon was shot to death outside his home on West 72nd Street and Central Park West in New York. Here's a post that I wrote on the 25th Anniversary of that horrible event in 2005: ...
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It Was Ten Years Ago Today...and I'm Thankful
Today is the 10th Anniversary of The Green Skeptic blog.  Whether you've been with me for ten years (and please do let me know if you have) or recently came across my blog for the first time I want to say  THANK YOU!   Hard to believe I've been doing this -...
Today is the 10th Anniversary of The Green Skeptic blog. Whether you've been with me for ten years (and please do let me know if you have) or recently came across my blog for the first time I want to say. THANK YOU! Hard to believe I've been doing this -- albeit, not very much recently -- for 10 ...
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Nat Bullard's Four Moments in Cleantech Time
My pal Nat Bullard of Bloomberg New Energy Finance kicked off EY's 4th annual Cleantech CEO Retreat, which I hosted a couple of weeks ago, with a look back. Here is his post from his Sparklines email newsletter, reprinted with his permission: Sparklines 10:...
My pal Nat Bullard of Bloomberg New Energy Finance kicked off EY's 4th annual Cleantech CEO Retreat, which I hosted a couple of weeks ago, with a look back. Here is his post from his Sparklines email newsletter, reprinted with his permission: Sparklines 10: Four moments in cleantech time ...
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Review: SUPERSTORM: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy by Kathryn Miles
Two years ago tonight, Superstorm Sandy hit New York with a vengeance. Whatever
you call her: hurricane, superstorm, Frankenstorm, Sandy was a massive, monster
storm.  Sandy was the second costliest hurricane in recorded history. Only
2005’s Hurricane Katri...
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Connector, Thought Leader, Storyteller
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  • Ernst & Young
    Director, Global Power & Utilties, 2012 - present
  • VerdeStrategy
    Founder & Principal, 2008 - 2012
  • Ashoka
    VP Global Development, 2007 - 2008
  • The Nature Conservancy
    Director, 1992 - 2007
  • VikingPenguin
    Editor, 1989 - 1992
  • Lynn Franklin Associates
    Scout, 1986 - 1989
  • RockStop Magazine
    Founder & Editor, 1982 - 1985
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Introduction

Scott Edward Anderson is the founder of the popular blog, The Green Skeptic. A cleantech investor and entrepreneur, he founded VerdeStrategy, and is currently a director with EY's (Ernst & Young) global power & utilities group. Scott has held management positions with Ashoka and The Nature Conservancy and is co-founder of the Cleantech Alliance Mid-Atlantic. An award-winning poet, Scott is the author of FALLOW FIELD (2013) and WALKS IN NATURE'S EMPIRE (1995). He was a John Sawhill Conservation Leadership Fellow, a Senior Fellow with the Environmental Leadership Program, and a frequent commentator on Fox Business Network's Varney & Company.

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Won two poetry awards; father to 3 children, stepfather to 3 more; married the love of my life (after finally finding her!); won some, lost some.
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Brooklyn, NY
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Philadelphia, PA - Massachusetts - New York - Alaska - Europe