Aug. 19, 1998

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The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc.
[La Societe planetaire pour l'assainissement de l'energie, inc.]
100 Bronson Avenue, No. 1001
Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6G8
TEL 613-236-6265
FAX 613-235-5876

European Secretariat:
Feyermuehler Strasse 12
Federal Republic of Germany

Latin America Secretariat:
FUNDAPAC (Fundacion para Avance del Conocimiento)
Allayme 1719
SAN JOSE/Guaymallen

The Table of Contents for past issues of the PACE quarterly Newsletters is being cataloged and kept on Wolfram Bahmann's New Energy Technology Home Page, under "NET Magazines".

Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc.

Accomplishments, Objectives, Origins and Aims

From: http://www.gptec.com/pace/aims.htm

The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Incorporated was founded in June 1975 in Ottawa, Canada, under the guidance of the Hon. Senator Chesley W. Carter, then Chair-person of the Senate's Standing Committee on Health, Welfare and Science as well as member of the Senate Special Committee on Science Policy. With the Hon. Carter, a number of scientists undertook to make use of this Association to develop an international interdisciplinary network of advanced scientific thinking individuals and organizations. Together, these were to promote and steward "clean energy systems" for eventual implementation on a planetary-wide scale.

Clean energy systems are defined as those which draw on natural supply, which are universal in application, which are inexpensive and which do not cause polluting residue.

Already in 1976 such systems were being examined and promoted by the founders of the Association.

This initial nucleus of scientists grew. In 1979, the Association became incorporated as a Canadian non-profit corporation. Its Federal Charter foresaw the role of facilitation of the discovery, research, development, demonstration and evaluation of clean energy systems. Another role cited is stewarding the planning, co-ordination and implementation of clean energy systems on planetary, continental, regional, local and individual scales. Experience has enjoined the network to act responsibly by serving as a monitor and an alert system for emerging "unclean" systems not considered by other groups.

In 1980, the Association became a Learned Society and hosted its first sessions as such at the UniversitŽ du QuŽbec ˆ MontrŽal (UQAM). Its network currently comprises about 3,600 individuals and institutions in over 60 nations. Its official publication is the Newsletter. Since 1981, books, proceedings, monographs and electronic publications have been released to both general and specialist audiences.

In 1986, the Learned Society initiated sustained efforts towards international technological transfer through a Symposium/exhibition in Hull, QuŽbec, followed by a 1989 presentation at the United Nations, where it is recognized as an Associate NGO.

In 1990, the University of Ottawa's Institute for Research on Environment and Economy has conferred an associative status to the Society.

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The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc.

* Since 1975, the Association has been identifying, peer-reviewing, demonstrating clean energy devices (theoretical and actual). The scientific and educational process Includes the production of monographs, periodicals, audio-visuals, electronic databases, demonstrations, books, specialist courses and learned gatherings. [Sampling of systems promoted: Tesla technologies (thermo-electrics, the Magnifying Transmitter/wireless transmission of electricity, radiant energy devices, bladeless pumps and turbines for geothermal applications, low-damping transformers, vacuum energy, high-efficiency light bulbs); magnetic motors; a non-radioactive fusion system; homopolar generators; freewheeling synchronous motor systems; advanced solar collectors; photon-decomposition of water Into hydrogen and oxygen; fuel as water; electrostatic/ electronic heating and cooling system; Inertial propulsion systems; flexible mirrors; structuring of fluidic material systems; and other clean energy systems; ultra-rapid decontamination of nuclear and toxic waste materials.]

* Learned documentation, including development of annotated databases on emerging energy science and technology, e.g.: scalar electromagnetics, and zero-point energy (of the vacuum).

* Monitoring and documentation of problems associated with the psychobiological effects of low-level electromagnetic radiation, especially extremely low and very low frequency (ELF/VLF) spectra.

* Design, negotiation and development of pragmatic waste recovery systems for newspapers, glass and tin (Ottawa) -- since emulated throughout North America, and waste cellulosic fines from the pulp and paper industries for agricultural purposes.

* International peace and security studies in conjunction with such organizations as the "University for Peace" (Erazu, Costa Rica) and "External Affairs Canada."

* Stewardship and networking in bioenergetic medicine in conjunction with such institutions as "Fetzer Institute," "Centre for Frontier Science" and the "World Research Foundation."

* Continued co-operation with the United Nations (UNEP, UNITAR, UNDP, CSER, ASEAN).

* Organization, co-sponsorship of learned conferences in Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Vancouver, Hull, Winnipeg, Atlanta, Hannover, Einsiedeln, Denver, Colorado Springs, Milwaukee and Amsterdam on clean energy science and technology and bioenergetics.

* Research, documentation on electromagnetic field problems and worldwide stewardship of remedial measures. Specialized courses. Radiation and environmental survey services. Research has been commissioned by such organizations as the "National Research Council of Canada," the "Science Council of Canada," "Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation," "Manitoba Hydro," the "Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency," the "City of Hull," the "City of Longueull" and the "Federation of Canadian Municipalities."

* Manufacturer commissioned EMF testing of products such as electrophoresis units and air ionizers.

* Recognized by the United Nations; listed with U.S. "National Institute of Standards and Technology," and the "Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety."

A 6 page Catalog of books and videotapes is available upon request.

Also available from PACE:

Clean Energy Review: a technical and scientific discussion prepared for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency's panel reviewing nuclear fuel wastes disposal. Also discusses transmutation as a possible solution for nuclear waste disposal. $5.00 in the US and Canada, and $7.50 when sent to other countries.


From: NEN, Vol. 4, No. 3, July 1996, p. 15.

A. Michrowski (President of P.A.C.E), "The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Twenty Years of Science," The AEN Newsletter, vol 3, no 1, March 1996, pp 8-12.


The Association is now entering its 20th year of existence. It began as an initiative by Hon. Chesley W. Carter, chairman of the Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Health, Welfare and Science, "to encourage maximum utilization of science and technology to the problems that face us... to keep [ourselves] as well informed as possible about what was being done in this respect, particularly with regard to the development and possible application of new technology, new devices and new approaches to current problems." [P.A.C.E. is a non-profit, charitable corporation whose objectives are to facilitate the discovery, research, development, demonstration and evaluation of clean energy systems.]

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