Tuesday, February 17, 2009
The second stop on Steorn's Middle East tour of Universities will be Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman, which they will visit on the 25th February. Zaywa.com reports that "A controversial Irish alternative energy company which claims to have discovered a source of free energy that defies the basic laws of physics, will be showcasing its technology at a special presentation."
"Dublin-based Steorn Ltd, a privately held technology development firm, says it will be unveil its ground-breaking technology, branded as 'Orbo', on February 25.
Steorn hopes the presentations will inspire the student and engineering faculty towards engaging with this new technology. "Our focus is on getting our Orbo technology into the hands of organizations that will push it into the market," says CEO Sean McCarthy. "We are starting this process in the Middle East, a region with a strong energy heritage and a real commitment to the development of alternative energies for the future."
The presentations are "expected to generate international interest, given the fierce controversy surrounding Steorn and its so-called 'free energy technology".
Steorn are scheduled to give the first presentation tomorrow at Qatar University. (see previous posts)
Read the full article here