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Technology Small Scale Renewable Energy Certificate.

UK Petition

UK Petition: Small Scale Renewable Energy Certificate

Allows individuals and SME’s in the United Kingdom to benefit from Free electricity from renewable energy sources or when making an investment in any energy saving technology.

Rewards in Australia and the United States of America have been operating such schemes to successfully incentivise individuals and SME’s to reduce carbon each year.

Currently obtaining renewable energy certificates are mainly available to corporate organisations and energy suppliers that use the carbon credit system.

This petition will help to reduce the energy bills for the majority of UK households so they can invest in cheaper electricity solutions that further lower there costs in future.

Technology Small Scale Renewable Energy Certificate.

Other schemes for carbon reduction:

Another scheme for carbon reduction is the Carbon Capture Usage and Storage Scheme (CCUS) which operates carbon credits.

CCUS

CCUS Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage

In Summary:

The UK CCUS operates to incentives carbon reduction through carbon capture in an effort to reverse the carbon climate effect. Carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) is a set of technologies that can play a key role in meeting global energy and climate goals.

While carbon reduction is critical the carbon active in our environment is already causing climate changes and needs to be addressed with equal importance.

What is Carbon capture?

The UK government use various schemes, including re-forestry and technology. Carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) technologies help meet global energy and climate goals by capturing and storing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, in similarity trees also capture and store carbon.

Research and development (R&D) and innovation play an important role in reducing the costs of CCUS and making it more efficient and cost-effective. The UK government has invested over £130 million in R&D and innovation support for CCUS and committed to leading an international working group to accelerate its deployment.

What is the progress of CCUS?

The UK government aims to make the country a global technology leader in CCUS and has set out a program of work to establish the additional steps required to meet the ambition of deploying CCUS at scale during the 2030s, subject to cost reduction. The government has also established a CCUS Cost Challenge Taskforce to provide advice on reducing the cost of deploying CCUS in the UK.

What is the delay?

CCUS deployment is currently limited due to high costs.

The government has set out a program of work to establish the steps needed to meet the ambition of deploying CCUS at scale in the 2030s, subject to cost reductions. The CCUS Cost Challenge Taskforce was established to provide advice on reducing the cost of deploying CCUS in the UK and presented a report to government in July 2018.

Inventors Thank you Message: Newton, Einstein, Leonardo, Tesla

Thank Inventors

Thank you to Historic Inventors

This mosaic of inventors have played an iconic role in the history, development and understanding the science of physics.

There are many scientists missed, but these few people certainly changed the world, these scientists have contributed immensely to our understanding of science, technology and the universe.

Some less renowned than others are labelled with names and I would recommend researching as all are major contributors to the field of science and indeed physics.

Sir Isaac Newton is best known for his work on classical mechanics, which laid the foundations for much of modern physics. He made important contributions to optics and the study of gravity, and his laws of motion and universal gravitation are still widely used today.

André-Marie Ampère was a French scientist and mathematician who made important contributions to the fields of electromagnetism and electrical engineering. He is best known for his work on the relationship between electricity and magnetism, which led to the development of the science of electrodynamics. His work helped to lay the foundations for the development of many important technologies, including the electric motor, the telegraph, and the transformer.

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor and electrical engineer who made important contributions to the development of alternating current (AC) electricity. His work helped to make long-distance electrical transmission practical, which revolutionised the way electricity is generated and used.

Ebenezer Kinnersley was an American scientist and inventor who made important contributions to the fields of electricity and magnetism. He is best known for his work on electrical generators and the development of the first practical electric motor.

Satyendra Nath Bose was an Indian physicist who made important contributions to the field of statistical mechanics. His work laid the foundation for the development of quantum mechanics, and he is also known for his discovery of the concept of bosons, which are particles that obey Bose-Einstein statistics.

Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese-American physicist who made important contributions to the fields of nuclear physics and particle physics. She is best known for her experiments that disproved the law of conservation of parity, which was a fundamental principle in physics at the time.

Pieter van Musschenbroek was a Dutch scientist who made important contributions to the field of electricity. He is best known for his work on the Leyden jar, a device that was used to store static electricity and which was an important early form of capacitor. His work helped to lay the foundations for the development of many important technologies, including the telegraph and the electric motor.

Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who made important contributions to the fields of relativity and quantum mechanics. His theory of relativity revolutionised our understanding of the nature of space and time, and his work on the photoelectric effect helped to lay the foundations for the development of quantum mechanics.

Hertha Marks Ayrton was a British engineer and inventor who made important contributions to the field of electrical engineering. She is best known for her work on the arc lamp, which was a precursor to modern electric light bulbs, and for her development of a device that could measure the intensity of an electric current.

Lewis Howard Latimer was an African-American inventor and engineer who made important contributions to the development of the electric lamp and the telephone. He also played a key role in the development of the first successful incandescent light bulb.

Marie Van Brittan Brown was an African-American inventor who is credited with inventing the first home security system. Her system consisted of camera, and a monitor, which allowed homeowners to see who was at the door and to communicate with them remotely. This system was an important precursor to modern home security systems.

Florence Parpart was a British inventor who made important contributions to the development of the gas turbine.

These people made some of the most significant scientific discoveries of all time, revolutionising the way we view our world. Each of them played a pivotal role in pushing the boundaries of knowledge and introducing innovations that changed the course of history. They are remembered as some of the greatest minds of all times.

Please email any suggestion of people to add to this list.

AI statement - what is artificial intelligence

What is AI without energy?

Artificial Intelligence cannot function without a source of energy.

Artificial Intelligence without energy

Energy and artificial intelligence have an intrinsic relationship and both support each other. Energy becomes useful due to intellectual logic, AI is supreme computability logic that cannot exist without energy. The more logic applied the more useful energy become to the intelligent subject.

Energy systems today are not fit to support AI. They provide very little control over access to energy without human interaction. Solar perhaps is an exception, however even with battery storage solar is not reliable. Solar panels can be blacked out by snow or broken by hail and nothing stops them from overheating.

Over 99% of kinetic energy captured is by a turbine, the size of the turbine restricts the load limits available to AI. The applied force on the turbine is provided by complex energy harvesting machines such as coal planets, nuclear plants, hydro stations or even wind turbines gear system. Most of the systems require human intervention from design to assembly and maintenance such as lubrications, troubleshooting, sensor failures.

Current systems prohibit the potential of AI. An advancement with Active Kinetic 1 will open the doors to regenerative robotics and endless sources of energy.

How do free energy machines work?

Do free energy machines work?

Yes. Renewable energy such as wind and sunlight is free.

Renewable energy machines require a cost, however the total cost of ownership and maintenance for the technology is spread over years of service, the cost over the duration is very low compared to the productivity gained.

What makes Active Kinetic 1 a new renewable?

Active Kinetic 1 easily captures kinetic movement as motion energy and converts it into electricity. It provides an easier, low cost method to access renewable energy, equivalent to an alternating motor.

Unfortunately alternating motors are unable to achieve similar results as they require a different mechanical assembly to access kinetic energy.

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Robot Regenerate Energy

Robots are being adopted in everyday scenarios not just industry. Dishwashers and washing machines were the first domestic automation, more recently robotic vacuum cleaners, and a robotic dog. As robots advance so must the energy supply and Active Kinetic 1 has new options.

Stationary robots can use a fixed power line, but there is an increasing number of mobile robotics. The use of robotics has grown exponentially in the last decade. People are finding new innovative uses for robotics and the main driving force is now personal robotics.

Personal robotics often need to be mobile, a human can carry the robot or it can transport itself around using valuable energy. Either way the best format to power these devices will be by battery.

Regenerate Power

Improving the availability time of Battery life is critical in robotics.

Most recently regenerative braking has been a major accomplishment in EV cars.

Regenerative braking could become an industry game changer as our recent research shows that Active Kinetic 1 mechanism could help to restore energy and regenerate battery power to extend the battery life substantially.

Human Energy The Matrix

The Matrix – walking harvests electricity

Harvesting Human Energy

As an attempt to raise early awareness in the technology, The Matrix calling for attention to Harvesting human energy.

To help demonstrate motion energy available with Active Kinetic 1 motion energy, this video shows a boot adapted with some duct tape to host the prototype device.

In reality the devices would be much smaller and fit within the shoe.

The energy conserved in capacitors (no batteries) and used immediately. Enough power to charge a mobile phone and produce lots of light.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB6mGfhdfvI

Free Energy ET

E.T. Video harvesting free electricity.

Harvesting Human Energy

As an attempt to raise early awareness in the Energy Technology (E.T.) calling for more attention to Harvesting human energy.

To help demonstrate the ability of motion energy to generate electricity with Active Kinetic 1 motion energy technology.

This video shows a simple experiment; a bike hosting the energy device prototype secured with some duct tape.

In reality the devices would be much smaller and fit on the Bicycle, wearable or in a Backpack.

Does this use batteries?

The energy conserved in capacitors (no batteries) and used immediately. Enough power to charge a mobile phone and produce lots of light.

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/leRjanwFAxU

E.T. video on Youtube

Free Human Power

Electricity from Shoes and Footwear

Free Electricity is one step closer!

Harvesting human energy is easy to achieve as demonstrate with Active Kinetic 1 motion energy.

This video shows a boot adapted with some duct tape to host the prototype device.

In reality the devices would be much smaller and fit within the shoe.

The energy conserved in a capacitors (no batteries) and used immediately. Enough power to charge a mobile phone and produce lots of light.

Boston Dynamics Dog Active-Kinetic-1

AI an Energy for Robotics ?

Active Kinetic 1 AI for Robotics ?

Boston Dynamics Dog displays superior agility and accuracy in robotic technology, however the battery currently lasts about 1 hours 30 minutes before needing changing.

The robot uses energy to move, with Active Kinetic 1 it could reuse the movement to regenerate some electricity. This could lead to much longer usability periods.

Additionally any external movements would also recharge the robot.

Active Kinetic 1 AI energy technology can be applied to all moving robotic assemblies to regenerate energy captured from movement.