QEG Update 3-3-2017 Special Edition 1 Hour Video from James Robitaille

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QEG Update 2-26-2017

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QEG Update 12 January 2017

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QEG Update January 4, 2017

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QEG Update 12-30-2016

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New wave energy device to be developed in Pembrokeshire

Cornwall-based Wave-tricity has secured £4m in EU funds through the Welsh Government to develop and test a new device called the Ocean Wave Rower The latest project to develop and test a wave energy device off the Pembrokeshire coast will be launched today. The £5.8m scheme by Cornwall-based company Wave-tricity has secured £4m in EU … Read more…

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Costa Rica is trying to go a year without fossil fuels

Costa Rica has been powered solely by renewable energy for 121 days and is on pace to hit an entire year without the use of fossil fuels, achieving a milestone that, if replicated globally, would significantly curb the threat of climate change. Last year, Costa Rica went 285 days without using fossil fuels and was 99 percent powered … Read more…

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QEG Update 12-21-2016

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QEG Breakthrough in China

This week we here at QEG Academy would like to extend a special thank you to QEG builder Xingdou from China. We first noticed his QEG replication videos on Youtube back in the summer of 2015, and he has been showing steady progress ever since

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Solar panel farm grows 17,000 tons of food without soil, pesticides, fossil fuels or groundwater

A new agricultural technique may have just solved the problem of growing food in some of the world’s most inhospitable places – locations that don’t currently support traditional agriculture. In addition, the technique can save what are clearly finite resources from extinction, something all of us should clearly favor. As reported by Natural Blaze, as … Read more…

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