Entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies

Self-running and zero emission power plants from the company Rosch

Creation date 22 April 2015

Last update 3 November 2017


Image from Ref. 7 g

The company Rosch Innovations / Save The Planet AG has developed so-called kinetic power plants. These self-running and zero emission power plants generate permanently usable electric energy without any fuels, wind power or solar energy. Rosch and its German distribution partner E-Cat Deutschland GmbH and its Austrian partner company Sekra GmbH offer industrial size power plants with an electric output power of 200 kW - 100 MW. An industrial size power plant at a publicly known and visitable customer site does not yet exist. Meanwhile, however, some industrial size power plants with intended completion in 2018 are under construction. Potential industrial customers can request a visit at a Rosch site nearby Cologne in Germany where a 60 kW pilot plant can be demonstrated, see picture on the left.

The company Rosch Innovations / Save The Planet AG has developed so-called kinetic or buoyancy power plants which are self-running, i.e.they generate permanently usable electric energy without any fuels, wind power or solar energy. These zero-emission power plants consist of a control unit, an electric generator, an electrically-operated compressor which produces compressed air, a water column which contains a chain drive, fillable containers which are attached at the chain drive, and a valve system which can fill the containers with air.

Image from Ref. 1

A pilot plant was developed and is located at the research and development (R&D) laboratory of Rosch in Belgrade in Serbia. Several scientists who are working at the Rosch R&D lab have previously worked in military research projects. The pilot plant at the Rosch R&D lab requires an electric input power of 1,6 kW and generates an electric output power of 11,8 kW. 

Image from Ref. 6

A self-running demonstration model with approximate dimensions 60 × 60 × 230 cm was presented at a congress about entirely novel energy technologies in Bregenz in Austria on 18 October 2014. The casing for the water column and the chain drive is made of acrylic glass. After a short initial supply of electric power from a battery the demonstration model started its self-running operation. The electric generator produced electricity not only for electrical loads but also for the electrically-operated system components such as the compressor and control unit. The demonstration model did generate an electric power of a few hundred watts for about two hours. The author of this report and website has viewed the self-running demonstration model at the congress in Bregenz. After about two hours operation the demonstration model was switched off and prepared for removal.

In April and May 2015 Rosch and the Austrian Association GAIA have presented a self-runniing and zero emission 5 kW pilot plant at a Rosch site nearby Cologne in Germany. Public viewing dates were available in the period from 25 April 2015 to 6 May 2015, Another public viewing event took place on 13 May 2015. On that day the 5 kW pilot plant was switched off and disassembled. A video from the disassembling is available in Ref. [6a]. The author of this report and this website has attended two events at the Rosch site nearby Cologne in Germany, namely on 1 and 13 May 2015.

The 5 kW pilot plant consisted of a steel tube, an electrically operated compressor, an electrical generator and a control unit. The steel tube contained the chain drive, fillable containers which were attached at the chain drive, a valve system which can fill the containers with air, and water. The height and diameter of the steel tube was about 4,3 m and about 45 cm, respectively. Located at the top of the steel tube was the compressor, a gear and the generator which generated three-phase electric power with a voltage of about 400  V. The weight of the complete system without water was about 300 kg. The steel tube was fixed at the ground and laterally at the wall. This fixation prevents an overturning of the heavy steel tube in case of a malfunction of the chain drive. The total height of the overall system was about 5 m including space for a lifting device for maintenance. The generator produced electricity also for the compressor and the control unit and the usable electric output power was 4,8 kW. Several powerful lamps and infrared heaters served as electrical loads with a total power of 4,8 kW.

Image from Ref. 6
Image from Ref. 6
Image from Ref. 6

It was intended by GAIA and Rosch to make the 5 kW power plant commercially available. However, their collaboration did not work well and finally Rosch and GAIA have abandoned their cooperation.

Image from Ref. 7 g
Image from Ref. 7 g
Image from Ref. 7 g

The company Rosch and its German distribution partner E-Cat Deutschland GmbH and its Austrian partner company Sekra GmbH offer industrial size power plants with an electric output power of 200 kW - 100 MW.  Potential industrial customers can request a visit at a Rosch site nearby Cologne in Germany. There a self-running and zero emission pilot plant with an electric output power up to 60 kW can be demonstrated [7g]. Three pictures from the 60 kW pilot plant are presented on the left [7g]. The diameter of the steel tube is 1,3 m. Another pilot plant with an electric output power of about 100 kW is under construction [7g].

It should be mentioned that Rosch or one of its distribution partner will request from a potential industrial customer a proof of funds before arranging a visit at the Rosch site nearby Cologne in Germany. That is just a measure to ensure that a potential customer is seriously interested in a power plant.

The Rosch site nearby Cologne in Germany comprises a reception, offices and large halls for the manufacture of prototypes and demonstration models. Rosch has several sites in various countries.

There are several potential customers and some power plants are in the planning stage. For various reasons an industrial size power plant at a publicly known and visitable customer site does not yet exist. Examples of such reasons are

  • Some potential customers want to get a feed-in compensation when their power plant feeds electricity into the grid. So far the responsible public authorities have not approved a feed-in compensation for the power plants from Rosch
  • The granting of a credit by a bank is finally not approved because there is so far no power plant from Rosch at a publicly known and visitable site of a customer
  • Delays concerning the building permission

Another reasons why it takes so long to make entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies tangible are presented in a correspondingly labeled section in Ref. [8].

Meanwhile, however, some industrial size power plants with intended completion in 2018 are under construction.

An often discussed issue is the question if the Rosch power plants are really genuine or just a deception. The viewpoint of the author of this report and website is the following. Actually, there are several items which give rise to critical questions and comments:

  • The self-running and zero emission demonstration model which was shown on 18 October 2014 in Bregenz in Austria was switched off after about 2 hours and then prepared for removal. One could raise the question if the system did really run autonomously. Perhaps it did run for 2 hours by batteries which were placed in the control cabinet. The author of this report and website did ask the Rosch staff member who prepared the demonstration model for removal why it was switched off and prepared for removal after about 2 hours. His answer was "It`s home time". On the one hand that is understandable because he transported the demonstration model to the conference location, put it into operation, supervised it, prepared it for removal, and transported it back to the company Rosch. On the other hand a switching off after about 2 hours appears inappropriate because a longer operating time such as 24 hours is required to convince the conference participants or other people that this entirely novel technology is unambiguously genuine and not a deception. An extended operating time would have been possible if the correspondingly extended working time had been spread over several staff members
  • Is it absolutely certain that the 5 kW Rosch / GAIA pilot plant did run autonomously ? Maybe it was somehow provided with electric power
  • It would have been better if the 5 kW Rosch / GAIA pilot plant were not installed and inspected at a Rosch site but at an external non-Rosch location
  • After the disassembly of the 5 kW Rosch / GAIA pilot plant on 13 May 2015 the course and communication of the 5 kW power plant project appears unsatisfying and it is desirable to make the 5 kW power plant yet again available
  • At the beginning of the cooperation between Rosch and GAIA, Rosch was willing to make the 5 kW power plants commercially available. After the termination of the cooperation between Rosch and GAIA it would have been possible that Rosch alone offers the 5 kW power plant. The author of this report and website was told that Rosch does not want that because the knowledge concerning the electromagnetic generators of the 5 kW power plants is not appropriately protected (by a patent and / or otherwise). However, why was Rosch then willing to support the availability of the 5 kW power plants at the beginning of the cooperation between Rosch and GAIA ? It should be noted that small kinetic power plants such as the 5 kW type are less economic than large kinetic power plants such as the 1 MW type. Therefore Rosch favors in general the large industrial size power plants
  • It would be favorable to have already now an industrial size power plant at a publicly known and visitable customer site. It appears unsatisfying that it does not yet exist. Even if there are some above-mentioned reasons why such an industrial size power plant does not yet exist, the author of this report and website assumes that it would have been possible to have it already now, if Rosch had decided to finance themselves the first of such a power plant Meanwhile, however, some industrial size power plants with intended completion in 2018 are under construction.
  • Rosch offers industrial size power plants with an electric output power of 200 kW - 100 MW. These power plants consist of several 100 kW or 500 kW units. However, the largest pilot plant that can be presented to potential customers is presently of the size 60 kW. That raises the question if it is advisable to offer 200 kW - 100 MW power plants before a corresponding 100 kW or 500 kW pilot plant is presentable to potential customers

On the one hand it is important to ask critical questions. On the other hand it is also vital to appreciate the work of the Rosch and GAIA staff members and what they have achieved, assuming that the Rosch power plants are genuine.

The author of this report and website does not agree with several statements and decisions of Rosch and GAIA. Nevertheless, the author of this report and website still assumes that the Rosch power plants are genuine. If the Rosch kinetic power plants were just a fake, why then all the effort to have staff members, buildings, offices, several sites, large halls, facilities, devices etc. ? Just to collect money in order to abscond abroad subsequently ? That appears rather unlikely. Moreover, some self-running pilot plants were inspected by various potential industrial customers and their engineer teams and indications for a hidden external power supply were not detected.

The operation principle of the kinetic power plants from Rosch is still a company secret. The view of the author of this report and website about the operation principle is the following.

Assuming that the power plants from Rosch are genuine, then they represent one type of many different self-running and zero emission systems which generate usable energy. Such systems do not need any feed or fuel from the outside but extract usable energy from an everywhere present form of energy which is called space energy, space-time energy, vacuum energy, or ether energy as described in Ref. [8]. Likewise there are many different types and constructions of conventional energy technologies which generate usable energy by converting a feed or fuel into another form of energy.

The power plants from Rosch utilize the gravitational field of the earth and magnetic and electric fields in the electromagnetic generator. In established physics or mainstream science the gravitational, electric and magnetic fields are termed as so-called conservative force fields. This means that a motion in a closed loop does not lead to a gain of energy. Meanwhile, however, we can start from the premise that there are various devices which allow a self-running motion where a movement in a closed loop does result in a gain of energy [8,9]. Such devices are so far not considered within the framework of established physics or mainstream science because it is assumed that they are impossible. Devising a self-running construction or process requires a thinking out of the box. It comprises a consideration of existing forces and their appropriate consolidation. A self-running system comprises a construction where the total effective force is locally and periodically smaller or larger than that of a standard type design. Overall that corresponds to a system which comprises non-conservative force fields.

Ref. [9] provides an example of a self-running device whose operation principle is described in publicly accessible documents. Its operation principle appears fairly comprehensible. Once it is understood one has an idea how a self-running system can work concretely, at least at the macroscopic scale. 

Devising a self-running system by considering the existing macroscopic forces does not require to know the source of the generated energy. Nevertheless, it is of course an interesting question from where the generated energy comes from. It is assumed that self-running devices imply at the subatomic level an extraction of usable energy from an everywhere present form of energy which is called space energy, space-time energy, vacuum energy, or ether energy as described in Ref. [8]. The tapping of this form of energy occurs via the earth`s gravitational field and / or electromagnetic fields. Here the "via" is emphasized because this is not the same as an extraction of usable energy from the earth`s gravitational field and / or electromagnetic fields.

It should be mentioned that the internal design of the electromagnetic generators of the power plants from Rosch deviates from a standard type design.

References and further information: 

[1]  Website of the company Rosch Innovations / Save The Planet AG: https://rosch.ag

[2]  Website of the company E-Cat Deutschland GmbH, a distribution partner of the company Rosch Innovations (in German): www.e-cat-deutschland.de

[3]  Website of the Austrian company Sekra GmbH, a distribution partner of the company Rosch Innovations: www.sekra.at

[4]  Schedule of a congress about entirely novel energy technologies on 18 and 19 October 2014 in Bregenz in Austria (in German): https://novam-research.com/resources/Kongress-Bregenz-2014.pdf

[5]  Video about the demonstration model which was presented at a congress about entirely novel energy technologies on 18 October 2014 in Bregenz in Austria (language in German): www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQagbSGA6FI 

[6] Website of the Austrian Association GAIA: https://gaia-energy.org

[6a] Video from the disassembling of the 5 kW power plant on 13 May 2015 (language alternating in English and German): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIiaU74xRP4

[7]  Reports in the NET Journal (ISSN 1420-9292) (in German):    

(a) Issue September / October 2014, pages 4 - 10                                                   

(b) Issue November / December 2014, pages 7 - 10                                         

(c) Issue January / February 2015, pages 5 - 6                                               

(d) Issue March / April 2015, pages 7 - 10                                                            

(e) Issue May / June 2015, pages 4 - 20                                                             

(f) Issue May / June 2016, pages 4 - 6                                                                          

(g) Issue May / June 2016, pages 6 - 9: www.borderlands.de/net_pdf/NET0516S6-9.pdf (in German)

(h) Issue March / April 2017, pages 21 - 22

(i) Issue  May / June 2017, page 31

(j) Issue July / August 2017, page 25

(k) Issue September / October 2017, page 20

[8]  Information document / presentation about entirely novel and environmentally friendly energy technologies: https://novam-research.com/resources/information-document.pdf

[9]  Cryogenic magnet motor of Walter Thurner: https://novam-research.com/walter-thurner-cryogenic-magnet-motor.php

[10]  Compilation of information from Adolf Schneider about various types of buoyancy power plants (mainly in German and partly in English): www.borderlands.de/Links/AuftriebskraftwerkeD.pdf

Acknowledgement

The author of this report and website thanks