COP 28 and what is needed

False targets such as net zero emissions lead to catastrophically wrong forecasts and prevent investment in vital new industries.

  Replace net-zero emissions target with 350 ppm CO2

As early as 2021, I brought home the devastating effects of the net-zero emissions target:

The new Bloomberg forecast for the global photovoltaic market up to 2030 shows just how devastating this false target is. In this forecast, the global market will only increase from 413 GW in 2023 to 727 GW in 2030. That would be an absolutely ridiculous and inadequate 8.4% per year.

In contrast, growth from 2010 was 27.2% per year with 18 GW until 2023. If this 27.2% annual growth were to continue, annual production would already be 2,232 GW by 2030.

China certainly has a completely different opinion on this, but in the rest of the world, investors are scared of overcapacity. Complete nonsense, because around 10,000 GW of annual production is needed to survive.

  Become a shareholder instead of an activist explained in 2:30

Who made the electricity grid, the telephone and the railroad possible? It was shareholders; there were no activists in the 19th century. Who promoted the electric car? It was the shareholders who invested in Tesla, BYD and other new electric car companies, not the activists. Who will drive climate protection forward? Once again, it will be the shareholders who have invested in GEMINI next Generation AG, certainly not activists who stick to their guns or commit malicious damage to property.

While shareholders watch the share price, campaigners go begging to pay their fines.

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  Who has contacts to journalists

Actually, another newsletter was planned for today. One that looks exactly like my press release on COP 28, but journalists don't like it when the content of a press release has already been published beforehand.

Urgent question for all readers: Who has useful contacts to journalists?

  Making "land for energy" possible

Let's calculate all this back to m² prices. For the objective of paying rent, self-supply and also being able to sell some electricity yourself, 100 watts of photovoltaics and 300 Wh batteries per m² are required. If 1 kW of PV costs €1,500 ready installed today and 1 kWh of battery costs €700, the equipment for 1 m² of land would cost €360. If you then add an expensive house, where you start with a completely dispensable material battle with concrete at the foundation, the "Land for Energy" program cannot work because it would be far too expensive.

A thoroughly cost-optimized product is necessary for feasibility: the GEMINI next generation house. The cost of the energy system should not exceed €72,000 for 600 m² of land. At today's rip-off prices, this would be € 216,000.

  Optimism in a time of collapse

What prospects for the future can children of today be given? The majority of society only mentions extremely negative images of the future. Even when it comes to housing, a central need for everyone. The search query "housing in Germany" only brings up disaster reports in the search results. The problems can no longer be solved using conventional methods. Completely new approaches are needed.

If you support these completely new ways of thinking by buying shares, then in a few years' time you will not only be able to say "I contributed to this", but you will probably also be able to look back on a considerable increase in the value of these shares.

  Become a shareholder of GEMINI next Generation AG

A club member donates their membership fee to the club and is happy if the club is successful. If not, I have supported a good cause.

A shareholder acquires shares in a public limited company. If the AG is successful, his shares are worth much more. In the case of GEMINI next Generation AG, his reward for supporting a good cause.

As a shareholder, employee or home buyer, you also become part of the counter-movement against many negative, anti-survival developments in our society.

One new shareholder said "I with my very modest investment", but €4,000 times €1,000 is also €4 million for all investments up to the opening of the settlement in Unken as a starting point for global expansion.

Only the Annual General Meeting can decide on major capital increases, but here is what the Management Board and Supervisory Board can decide. The new share capital serves to perfect the documents for the larger planned capital increases.

There is a reward program for recommending the share to others. Two of the new shareholders have become shareholders through this reward program.

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          COP 28 and what is needed: False targets such as net zero emissions lead to catastrophically wrong forecasts and prevent investment in vital new industries.