This is a panel discussion of 7 speakers at the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference. All 10 were invited but three were not at the table. Speakers in this video, which is moderated by Jeane Manning, author of Breakthrough Power include: Mark McKay, John Polakowski, Eric Dollard, Aaron Murakami, Jim Murray, Paul Babcock and Peter Lindemann.
A one hour discussion panel with the speakers at the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference was held right before Eric Dollard’s monumental presentation on the last day.
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In the meantime, here is a bit more about the discussion panel and a few photographs of who participated.
Jim Murray and Paul Babcock gave a landmark presentation that really set a precedence for high COP production in an electrical circuit that was actually demonstrated in front of a live audience.
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