Steorn has today announced that its free energy technology will be made widely available to the development community immediately after the independent scientific validation process that is currently underway.
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Dublin, 11th January 2007: Steorn, the Irish technology development company, has today announced that its free energy technology will be made widely available to the development community immediately after the independent scientific validation process that is currently underway.
Under the terms of a modified general public licence and for a nominal fee, Steorn's intellectual property will be made available concurrently to all interested parties, from individual enthusiasts to larger research organisations. Steorn is taking this bold move to accelerate the deployment and acceptance of its technology for both humanitarian and commercial products.
Steorn's technology is based on the interaction of magnetic fields and allows the production of clean, free and constant energy. The technology can be applied to virtually all devices requiring energy, from cellular phones to cars.
Steorn placed an advertisement in The Economist in August 2006 to attract the attention of the world's leading scientists working in the field of experimental physics. It has now completed the selection of its jury of scientists who have embarked on the testing of the technology prior to publishing their results worldwide.
Sean McCarthy, CEO of Steorn, commented: "We have experienced enormous levels of interest in our free energy technology from the product development community.
"Experience tells us that opening up access to technology to all interested parties via the internet allows for rapid third party development. We believe that our technology can have a profound impact on people's lives and are confident that the delivery of our intellectual property via this type of online development and engineering support environment will lead to the rapid deployment of all kinds of different products."
Docklands Innovation Park
East Wall Road, Dublin 3
By Car: We are approximately 15 minutes from the City Centre by car, and also readily accessible from the South City (via the East Link toll bridge) and North City. Free, secure car parking is available on site.
By Train: From Heuston Station - Take the Luas from Heuston to Connolly Station. You can then get a taxi to take you to Docklands Innovation Park (formally the IDA centre), 128 East Wall Road. The journey from Connolly will take approximately 10 minutes.
Walking: Take the DART to Clontarf Road Station. Walk down Alfie Byrne Road and turn left onto the East Wall Road. From here it is approximately a 10 minute walk on the right hand side, just past the Sea Bank House pub.
Walking from city centre: From O'Connell Street, walk down Lower Abbey Street, across Beresford Place behind the Custom House, and through to Mayor Street in the IFSC. Take a left on Guild Street and turn right onto Sherrif Street. Turn left onto East Road and right at East Wall Road, past the Sea Bank House. The journey takes approximately 35 minutes
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