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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

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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