We would like to share with you a simple look ahead to our best future of energy.
At first, our team thought you would need a 10,000-page mission statement and a plan identifying every single step for how you should act and behave. Kind of ridiculous right? That will not happen here. We thought it would be better if we simply offered our vision of what the future might look like, and then, through a series of course corrections, we could all find our way together to that world.
Please keep in mind that our guiding ideology should be limited to the Continuity of Life and Fundamental Moral Imperatives, not nationalism, capitalism, or special interest agendas. This will not be easy, but it will take us much farther into new levels of prosperity than anyone ever imagined. This is also necessary to ensure that everyone will be okay.
So, on to our plan . . .
We envision using hydrogen-based technologies to reduce CO2 emissions at fossil fueled electricity plants. This CO2 could be converted onsite into a clean synthetic gasoline for transportation fuels to begin a transition from extracting oil from the earth to producing it from these emissions. Next, as we buildup hydrogen production infrastructure, we will all start buying new electric cars as hydrogen production increases into electricity production. Eventually, we will phase out fossil power plants and transition into hydrogen until we are at a minimum of fossil use. This completes a process which will take about 30 years to complete.
We are currently innovating hydrogen infrastructure which may be able to retrofit existing fossil-fired power plants for electricity production with the ability to convert CO2 emissions into clean synthetic fuels. This new fuel will enable the time needed for the oil and gas industry to smooth out its transition from oil-based production assets, human and financial resources into a clean hydrogen energy economy.
Starting within the next 5 years, and over the course of the next 30 years, we will retrofit about 50,000 fossil-based electricity production plants, beginning to reduce civilization’s carbon footprint and reversing our net atmospheric carbon concentrations by implementing hydrogen infrastructure. This will also mark the beginning of our transition to a clean energy future.
The Consortium Institutions will foster as many of these hydrogen innovations as possible, protecting them from social influences in order to offer infrastructure-ready opportunities to civilization as soon as possible.
However, to do this . . .
Assumption: We can assume that humanity has an inherent right to access hydrogen and climate technologies. No nation, state, or entity can leverage or hold civilization or its continuity hostage for the right of use. The Consortium will assist by ensuring that this technology is used in a way that benefits everyone.
First, The Consortium Institutions need to establish sovereignty, influence, and the initial resources from pledged “things” from the world’s nations and states to establish this guiding presence and a base of operations for our institutions. Our initial plan is to work virtually, with diplomatic immunity in each nation. This will be in the form of a virtual sovereignty presence within all nations with several physical domains from which to base our operations. This will allow us to operate outside of any nation’s influence.
Second, The Alliance needs to build out its base of supporting member nations to include resource pledges from industrialized nations to fund our innovation projects and related missions.
Third, The Consortium Institutions will prepare and guide society for the build-out of infrastructure-ready, mature innovations into global infrastructure. Essentially, governments will receive a master license which they can sub-license to the private sector. Financing will come from both the master nation and the private sector to build out these projects. .
The control of Intellectual Property will remain in the custody of a holding administered by the world’s people, the Alliance of Nations, and the private sectors.
Early innovation hosting opportunities will be offered to nations that demonstrate capabilities in fostering innovation, have participated in early pledging and who can maintain the long-term preservation of the assets. Eventually, all nations will be entrusted with these assets.
Any nation that contributes resources early to humanity’s mission, wins economic prosperity, political stability, stable climates, and healthy societies.
There is no master plan to monopolize or rule the world.
We will incentivize our hosted innovators with a $1B prize to develop their projects into infrastructure ready solutions. In addition, we will fund their development along the way. Your pledges will ensure this support. If successful, innovators will also enjoy worldwide licensing royalties and other privileges. If innovators can offer humanity solutions to a seemingly impossible problem we now face, then humanity will compensate them.
What do we need from the world’s nations and private sectors? It is very simple: “Things.” Things that can be pledged, provided, borrowed, and used to facilitate innovation. Of course, fiat currency for things will be necessary, but more importantly, sovereignty, influence, infrastructure, assets, services, and products, as well as human resources are essential.
We are looking for cooperation specifically from the following nations to assist us in the future development of this mission:
Russia – Oil and gas transitioning through 50 years? R&D, natural resources, site innovation hosting?
China – Industrial capacity, supply chain, R&D, site innovation hosting?
Asia – Industrial capacity, supply chain, R&D, site innovation hosting?
Africa – Site innovation hosting? Natural resources, R&D
UAE – Oil and gas transitioning through 50 years? R&D, site innovation hosting?
EU – Supply chain, engineering, manufacturing? Site innovation hosting?
The United States – ?
India – ?
Australia – ?
Japan – ?
Are we missing something? Tell us what you think?