Supercell

Supercell

As fossil fuels are a finite resource leading to a dead-end due to both the growth of global population and of industrial markets it is of fundamental importance to develop renewable resources. Furthermore it is important – as already illustrated under Everest – to think about supplementary alternatives for a global food supply.

Wind, Solar and Geo-thermal Energy – Sustainable Beginnings
With its upwind plants and the additional geo-thermal and photo-voltaic renewable resources, the Supercell plants produce high-end solutions for nutrition and energy whilst using the current so generated in a huge number of megawatt (cf. Metropolitan Vertical Cities).

In the lower part of a Supercell we generate hydrogen out of sea water while in the upper parts only the massive production of micro-algae takes place in bio-reactors under artificial lighting.

Hydrothermalization – Water holds as much energy as mineral oil!
The Supercell-towers are always located close to the shore on the ocean front.
The necessary saving of energy for peak periods is achieved by the storage of hydrogen.
The production of hydrogen plasma is under way.

Sea water becomes fuel!
The micro-alga is the first protozoon in the food chain. By refinement we obtain high-end oils and nutrition supplements as well as precious additives. The so generated kerosene is for instance 18 % more efficient for aviation than conventional fuel and at the same time absolutely environment-neutral.

Algae are going to save the world from an energy collapse!
Sea-algae is estimated to produce 70-80 % of all oxygen in the earth’s atmosphere and all by consuming CO2-gas which micro-algae need for growth. It is accumulated during the hydrogen production and as industrial waste we receive. Supercell needs gargantuan quantities of CO2 as raw material for production. In the 88 floors of the five wings of the building, grow different micro-algae in 24 h culture until ripeness.

The big innovation of a Supercell is the 100 % clean energy and foodstuffs production on a plot of approximately 100.000 m2 with a production area of 1.8 Mio m2  which replaces 16 km2 of rural space in terms of biomass. This is globally viable on any shore.

Supercell is able to clean the urban and domestic wastewater and accelerate the algae’s growth by nitrogen and phosphate compounds.