The Future of Energy: Challenges, Perspectives, and Solutions


Series: Energy Policies, Politics and Prices
BISAC: SCI024000

The anthology entitled, “The Future of Energy: Challenges, Perspectives, and Solutions” includes a wide range of topics related to the probable and also possible future developments of energy technologies. The collection of papers offers a series of unprecedented perspectives on energy science, unavailable elsewhere. The authors have considered developments in renewable energy, novel energy discoveries, environmental climate futures, possible technological advances, temporal distortion, and gravitational electromagnetism. Specific energy inventors reporting breakthrough results have also been showcased in individual chapters, including Searl, Manelas, Kozyrev, and Storms. The future of energy is presented with possible scenarios such as with microgrids, solar systems, fusion-fission reactors, smart cities, energy storage, electric vehicles, low energy nuclear reactors, electromagnetic devices, proton and electron conversion, theoretical antigravity, and time manipulation. Several interesting models have been considered to provoke and stretch the reader’s imagination and awareness of the study of the future.

This collection of works provides a broad range of conceptual understanding of energy conversion that is both conventional and unconventional. Each chapter includes a significant use of graphs and charts, as well as explanatory equations where necessary, with plenty of vital references and links to substantiate any new scientific concepts and assist further research. More than one new phenomena of electrical power production have been discovered and the results documented in detail within the pages of this anthology. While the time schedule and specific cause of global warming is detailed, the plan for advanced energy applications is also explored.

The collection of works provides a unique perspective on the evolving landscape of future energy which is provocative and enlightening. The reader will find it enriches and enlivens the discussion of what is to come.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Future Energy Is Almost Here along with Increasing Global Heat
(Thomas F. Valone, Integrity Research Institute, Beltsville, MD, US)

Chapter 2. Smart Cities and Energy Storage
(Antonio Colmenar-Santos, Enrique Luis Molina, Enrique Rosales-Asensio and David Borge-Diez, Department of Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering, UNED, Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid, Spain, and others)

Chapter 3. Energy Resiliency and Microgrids
(Antonio Colmenar-Santos, Enrique Rosales-Asensio and David Borge-Diez, Department of Electric, Electronic and Control Engineering, UNED, Juan del Rosal, Madrid, Spain, and others)

Chapter 4. Methods for 1D ZnO Nanostructures and Potential for Future Solar Cells
(Kelvii Wei Guo, Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Chapter 5. Possible Future Development of a Fusion-Fission Hybrid Reactor as a Clean Energy Generator
(John E. Brandenburg, Kepler Gravity Sciences Inc., Midland, TX, US)

Chapter 6. Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: Documentation of Research Records
(Thomas Grimshaw, LENRGY LLC, Austin, Texas, US)

Chapter 7. Electric Vehicle Development by Arthur Manelas with Anomalous Results
(Thomas Grimshaw, LENRGY LLC, Austin, Texas, US)

Chapter 8. Questioning the Future of Solar Energy
(Judy Kosovich, Consultant, Washington, DC, US)

Chapter 9. Nikolai Kozyrev: His Theory of Time and the True Position of Stars
(Thorsten Ludwig and Marco Bischof, German Space Power Association [DVR], Czeminskistr, Berlin, Germany, and others)

Chapter 10. Nonlinear Electromagnetic Energy Device and Potential Explanations
(P. A. Murad, M. J. Boardman, J. E. Brandenburg and W. Mitzen, Morningstar Applied Physics, LLC , Vienna, Virginia, US, and others)

Chapter 11. Gravity/Anti-Gravity, Libration Points, and Relativity: Exposing the Light on Dark Matter
(P. A. Murad, Morningstar Applied Physics, LLC, Vienna, Virginia, US)

Chapter 12. Proton and Electron Production and Destruction as Sources of Energy
(Ray Fleming, Austin Applied Research Laboratory, Austin, Texas, US)



“A great review of advanced energy conversion topics that could be easily implemented today! These new sciences are needed now – while we still have time to implement them – so why are they still being suppressed?” – Dr. Patrick G. Bailey, President, Institute for New Energy

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