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October 08, 2007

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Kit P

Another example of how comprehensive the 2005 energy bill was. This may be boring but if you want to develop renewable energy projects this huge.

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It will be interesting to see the kind of support that biofuels get out of the Farm Bill when that's finalised.

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Jason,
You can discover what Steven Carew "has got" by visiting wholesale the website for Rhino Hydro. There are a few "update" items there, dated 2004.

But, the essence of Steve's invention is described under the "technical" menu selection, as follows:

"This electro generating plant employs magnets and springs to help create a perpetual motion which hiphone drives a generator. Thus giving you the electricity you need."

Get the picture, Jason? Hard to imagine Steve can't get funding . . .2945abc45 0422

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