About PES Network, Inc.
Promoting a sustainable future through the advancement of cutting-edge, clean
energy technologies; inviting all energy enthusiasts to participate in the
The most updated version is located at http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:PES_Network,_Inc.
Updated May 10, 2007
We at PES Network, Inc. feature, promote and foster energy technologies that are on the cutting-edge,
and which are clean, super-efficient, non-depleting, reliable and affordable; which have not yet been introduced to the mainstream, facilitating their emergence as legitimate modalities.
Our work primarily takes the form of information dissemination, but we also
network individuals together, helping to secure funding and business
expertise. Much of the networking takes place behind the scenes through
the news and directory exposure PES Network provides for emerging technologies.
Our websites are well respected within the field, and receive a healthy volume
of traffic from people interested in alternative energy, whether from scientific
curiosity, or for inventive collaboration, or for seeking investment or business
Much of our audience is comprised of a loyal base of repeat visitors and
contributors. Our sites are a watering hole for people interested in
advancing technologies that will move us away from dependence on fossil fuels,
and toward cleaner, greener, more affordable, reliable, and safe energy
PES was founded by Sterling
D. Allan in November of 2003 with the primary objective of open-sourcing
alternative energy technologies. By "open source" we mean the
open sharing of instructions of how to build and replicate fundamental energy
concepts. We focus primarily on the free
energy modalities that tap into inexhaustible energy reservoirs -- such
as solar, wind, wave, tidal, geothermal; as well as less-conventional
technologies such as cold fusion, zero point energy, radiant energy, and magnet
motors. We also address other closely-related fields such as waste
remediation, recycling, and water purification and derivation.
We seek to bring knowledge of suppressed technologies into more conventional
arenas, by increasing awareness and scientific rigor, as well as by facilitating
the necessary business, financial and legal collaborations needed for success.
PureEnergySystems.com is the
corporate website of PES Network, Inc.
PESWiki.com is a publicly editable site with an
extensive directory and encyclopedia. It is where most of our open source
energy projects are housed. Because anyone (who does not abuse the
privilege) can edit the site, it is great for collaborative work.
FreeEnergyNews.com is our daily news
site, and also contains an extensive topical directory.
PESN.com is where we post news stories of our
own composing, as well as press releases that we wish to feature.
Our news and directory is acknowledged
by many to be the best available on the topic of cutting-edge energy
technologies that move us away from dependence on fossil fuels and toward
cleaner, greener, more reliable, safe and affordable energy solutions.
A primary outgrowth from and adjunct to PES has been the founding of the New
Energy Congress (NEC), which reviews the various energy technology claims
and then ranks them according to a fixed set of criteria. Also
founded by Mr. Allan, in close association with the New
Energy Movement, the Congress site is presently hosted primarily at PESWiki.com
because of that site's collaborative features and synergistic contents and
Top100Energy.com, an evolving list of the
most promising energy technologies, is maintained with public input, although it
is primarily populated and steered by the Congress.
you to participate in the many avenues available, whether it be coordinating an
open source energy project; or building and maintaining a topical index page; or
participating in a specific technology discussion list of which there are dozens.
Key Personnel: A Brief Introduction
D. Allan, founder and CEO, has been immersed in new energy technology since
the Spring of 2002. He was launched into the field by working toward
arranging a trip by Mike Brady to demonstrate his all-magnet Perendev
magnet motor in the United States, founding the company Perentech. In
September of that year, he began what turned into a daily energy news service, http://FreeEnergyNews.com.
He launched PES Network, Inc in November 2003 primarily to open source feasible
free energy devices. In August of 2004, he launched http://PESWiki.com
as a publicly editable energy directory and project site. Look for his handle, "SilverThunder"
at PESWiki. Then in Sept. 2005, he launched the New Energy Congress.
M. Rauen has been a key technical advisor for PES Network Inc. since its
founding in 2003, and he has likewise provided valuable technical input for the
New Energy Congress. Ken worked closely with the late Gene
Mallove in a laboratory together,
also assisting with Mallove's Infinite Energy magazine, both writing
articles and providing peer review.
Doug Furr, a Ph.D. Mechanical Engineer, built a 1/4-scale replica
of the Perendev Magnet Motor for Perentech in the Summer of 2003. Though
that replica does not run on magnet energy (yet), it illustrates his willingness
to pursue unconventional approaches.
While he's not officially on staff, we should mention James Arthur Jancik, who
has been hosting our "This
Week in Free Energy" show since Sept. 2004, in which Mr. Allan gives a
10-minute run-down of the energy news highlights from the past week.
There have also been a good number of people not named above who have
contributed significantly to the content at PESWiki, as well as our other sites,
and whose participation is highly valued.
We would also like to thank the many other people who send us great news tips,
as well as the other energy news services and energy directories from which we
Most of all, we express our admiration of, and gratitude to, those of you who
are working to bring forth new-energy technologies that will make this world a
We got a boost during our skinny start-up time through a generous loan/grant
from Jim Newburn. Our preliminary alignment with the Open
Source Energy Network for half a year last year, which ended up not
resulting in a joint venture, also helped while we matured. Since that
time, we have become solvent, thanks primarily to the Google-served
topic-relevant ads and a few items we make available for sale on the site.
There is also some donation assistance that helps things move forward.
Page created by Sterling
D. Allan, Dec. 30, 2003
Last updated January 29, 2014