PES Network, Inc. Contacts

PES Network, Inc.

Headquarters: 1022 E 920 S, Ephraim, UT 84627, USA
phone: 801-407-1292; fax: 801-880-8322

See also: New Energy Congress members roster

Note: PES Network, Inc. welcomes and encourage reprinting of our articles, as long as the source is cited, with link to the original.

  • Sterling D. Allan [PESWiki], CEO; founder of New Energy Congress
    Memo regarding sensitive information sharing: “Please note that my primary mode is openly sharing.  I do not consider the ability to keep confidentialities to be one of my greater strengths, though I do my best in that regard when requested.  I do slip up sometimes.  Considering the atrocities that have been committed in history and in the present day under the cloak of honoring confidentialities, I have a natural aversion to it.”

  • Sean McGuinness, Text Editor
    • email: <seanmcgu {at}>
  • Raymond D. Jennings, III – Attorney, Legal Business Expert
  • Chip Paul – Business Vetting, Human Relations
  • Stuart Campbell, Comments Moderator
    • email: <StuartCampbell {at}>
  • Susan Manning, Finance
  • Michael W. Moss, Audio Editor
  • Sepp Hasslberger, Editor
  • Ken Rauen, Director of Research and Development
  • Hank Mills, Former writer for PESN
    • email: <hankmills{at}>
  • Doug Furr, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineer
    • Orem, Utah, USA
  • Kevn Lambson, Graphic Artist
  • Joseph Riso, Video Producer
    • email: Riso {at}

See also

  • 3/26/13: Univ. of Georgia discovery allows fuels to be made directly from carbon dioxide, bypassing the need to use plant life. Google this: UGA discovery may allow scientists to make fuel from CO2 in the atmosphere.

  • 3/28/13: An electrolyzer that delivers results comparable to current techniques but costs about 1,000 times less.

  • 4/4/13: VA Tech discovered a way to extract large quantities of high-purity hydrogen from any plant, without using high temperatures (waste heat is sufficient). The hydrogen produced is pure enough to be directly utilized by proton-exchange membrane fuel cells. The low-temperature waste heat produces hydrogen (chemical energy) at an energy efficiency of more than 100 percent — a net energy gain for the first time in hydrogen production.

  • mike_55534

    Months ago I saw a video of what is reported to be a UFO flying over
    Denver, CO. It’s tremendously fast and almost not visible with the naked
    eye. Camera’s have been able to catch it by changing shutter speeds. It
    happens daily from 12 to 1 pm over a suburban area and is reported to
    takeoff and land from there. It seems plausible that someone in that
    local area has invented an anti-gravity device and is flying it on their
    lunch break. I’m sure the FBI is going to go door-to-door until they
    find this man (or woman). They have devices to catch radio control
    signals and a bit of triangulation they could pinpoint the launch site.
    Amazing craft. No little green men here folks

  • New low cost long life battery could enable solar and wind energy to become major suppliers to the grid. Stanford and DOE designed a simple and scalable lithium-polysulfide flow battery that can retain excellent energy storage performance for more than 5.5 years of daily cycles. It can be scaled up to store many megawatt hours of energy and doesn’t have the corrosion issues of water-based flow batteries.

  • Sterling, if there was ever a video you would want to publicize, it is this one:
    Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defense of Canada, talks openly about alien visitors, free energy, and secret government.

    • Angus

      As one who suffered under Corporal Hellyer’s ghastly mismanagement of the Department of National Defence, and in view of the catastrophic results that lasted a generation, and in consideration of his absolutely screwball ideas about currency, compounded with the tendency we have in Canada to toss up some real nut cases from time to time – I think I’ll skip that.

  • Flat-panel “Solar Traps” described in a patent application are expected to have the ability to absorb nearly 100 percent of the sunshine that hits them, while allowing only a tiny percentage of energy to escape, even at ultra-high temperatures. They are designed to be mounted on rooftops or as part of the design for power plants, producing electricity at about 2 cents per kilowatt-hour. The invention would allow weeks of high-temperature storage at one-tenth to one-hundredth of the current cost, meaning that solar power systems could generate electricity uninterrupted during lengthy stints of cloudy weather. The traps would be so efficient that they could be used even in less sunny regions. Confidentiality agreements are being signed so that solar experts at the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M., can review this invention. Miami Herald 05/08/13:

  • PieEconomics

    8/2/13: An electric car “battery” that: (1) can be charged faster than it takes to fill a gas car’s tank, (2) can be recharged many hundreds if not thousands of times more than the batteries of other electric cars before no longer being rechargeable, and (3) has the same energy density [driving distance] as a similar volume of lead acid batteries, is “almost at the stage of moving from the lab to commercial development”. First, read this earlier background article, mentioning that the technology was not yet ready for scaling up: then, read about the breakthrough announced today in Science magazine:

  • PieEconomics

    Hydrogen Fuel Cell powered Toyota cars to be commercially available in 2015, per billionaire Robert Friedland, chairman of Ivanhoe Mines. Mr. Friedland was interviewed on 9/13/13: “There is a revolution coming to the automobile industry via the Japanese, according to Friedland. Senior officials in Japan tell him that the Toyota Motor Company will announce hydrogen fuel cell automobiles later this year with a commercial roll out coming in 2015. ‘These cars will use ounces, not tenths of ounces of platinum,’ Friedland said. This is why the Japanese government bought 10% of Ivanhoe’s Platreef project for $300 million, Friedland believes.”

  • Gianni Nadalin

    I am confident that my project will save the world …

    On FB I put all the details about it.

    Ask me friendship.

  • PieEconomics

    Force Amplification Method and Apparatus by the Harnessing of Centrifugal Force
    Inventor: Geoffrey William Good Leviny, who is giving away free rights to this invention for two years, to the first fifty entities that notify him that they have implemented this
    invention. YouTubes:
    Patent application:

  • PieEconomics

    Someone has created a cavitation device that gave off radiation, similar to Mark LeClair’s invention. This thread just appeared today, in the comment section of this Revolution-Green article:

  • PieEconomics

    1/21/2014: IBM solar collector magnifies sun by 2,000x and costs 3x less than similar systems. A single collector can produce about 25 kilowatts of electricity. The PV modules are 30%+ efficient at converting the sun’s light into electricity, and another 50% of the sun’s energy is captured as heat, meaning that the system is capable of converting around 80% of the collected solar energy into usable energy. They are targeting a cost of less than 10 cents per kWh. By Earth Day, 4/22/2014, we should start to see results from prototypes built using government grants.

  • PieEconomics

    Two- wheeled untippable EV gyrocar from SF automaker startup– 220 miles on a charge; 100 mph top speed.

  • PieEconomics