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Occasio aegre offertur, facile amittitur

creating opportunity is difficult, but easy to lose

BC vs DTI EM Dept of Innovation and Universities - 2003

The immediate best application function of the CLP engine proposed in 2002-3 has now come of age in the crucial predicted role of the recharge engine within an electric vehicle. Battery technology has improved to make the EV the most likely form of future transport. Internal combustion engines will not be used as direct drives but high power density regenerator engines to extend the range of EVs and also to keep battery weight, cost and size small.

Failure to provide the SMART award to this project has irreparably damaged it commercially given that the PCT (world) patent was granted but unable to be funded. The way the SMART application was adjudged in 2003 was prejudicial and unfair amounting to negligence and or malpractice by SBS DTI (now called the DIUS) in consideration of this carbon reducing technology. The main reasons are as follows;

Errare humanum est, in errore perservare stultum  It is human to make a mistake, it is stupid to persist in it.  

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DIUS Resource list

All details : Detdti58pages.pdf

Final communications in 2009.pdf (to be added shortly)

All legal  communications : writdti37pages.pdf

Original application and 2003 website appdti47pages.pdf

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