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Steorn back with €1,200 phone charger

USB capable of two to three phone charges a day or a single tablet charge

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
6th December, 2015

Steorn, the company that claims it can produce free energy and into which hundreds of farmers and small business owners around Ireland have invested around €23 million, has launched two products in time for Christmas.

The two products are a no-frills phone and a USB charger, according to the company’s founder Shaun McCarthy.

Steorn earned global ridicule in 2007 when it failed spectacularly in its perpetual free-energy demonstration in London, in violation of...

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