It has been discovered that there is a permanent magnet generator project set to take hold and has been registered in Shenzhen, China. If there is a country in need of a viable and efficient source of power, it is China’s country. With over one-third of the world’s population and continues to be an economic powerhouse on the international scene, the ability to produce energy on a large scale with a minimum of pollution for its future is critical.
It is worth noting that while the stabilized Western nations continue to act cautiously and conservatively when it comes to researching new sources of energy, up-and-coming countries such as Chine are willing to think out of the box and look into the concepts of zero-point energy and the advantages of unity. Though a communist government, China realizes that creating a beneficial working and living environment for its people only ensures its economic power in the future. There are few practical world models of generating power on the scale China needs to remain competitive.
What is even more beneficial to the project is that Guizhou University jointly researches it. Instead of simply being an industrial venture, it combines the best university students’ scientific and engineering minds. China needs to be visionary in the pursuit of new ideas and searching for a viable long-term solution for its country’s growth.
What also needs to be considered is the cyber espionage that China is accused of engaging in from time to time. In combination with other countries’ research, China may be setting itself up to market this newly developed technology globally, making it the number one exporter of energy technology in the world. While often China is seen as a military threat, the successful completion of a sizeable magnetic generator plant will have a greater impact on the influence and power it can wield worldwide.