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Holger Thorsten Schubart

Holger Thorsten Schubart (born April 10, 1965 in Heidenheim), divorced, has children, is a German businessman, mathematician, cosmopolitan and philanthropist. He lives in Germany and Switzerland. His hobbies are chess, astrophysics and nature. Already in his early youth, his perception of the scientific world was strongly influenced by his family. His father, Bernd Schubart, a trained nuclear physicist, and his mother, Mrs. Gudrun Schubart, a chemist. A rigorous upbringing in an elite military unit shaped his resilient and disciplined character, which is not excluding his pacifist mentality. This was the basis for his later career

Holger Thorsten Schubart founded his first commercial enterprise back in 1990. Shortly after German reunification, he and his partners established large regional industrial companies as suppliers of heating, plumbing and ventilation equipment and solar collectors, the SMI Industrietechnik and Handelsgesellschaft mbH. These were former GDR state-owned enterprises, which they turned into modern wholesale, storage, and retail facilities.

After German reunification, many were skeptical about doing business in the GDR. Many even feared the return of Soviet troops. In the early 1990s, it was impossible to predict how the united Germany would develop. No matter what, Schubart developed the company with courage and enthusiasm and created many jobs in the East and West.

In the mid-nineties Holger Thorsten Schubart founded SCF Immobilien AG, which in its heyday owned more than 33,000 residential units and was one of the leading housing companies in the new federal states. At the age of 28, Holger Thorsten Schubart was one of the youngest managing directors in Germany.

He was also the founder and developer of the “new center” in Göttingen, Zietenterrassen. This project involved the renovation of the Zieten Barracks, which he developed on the basis of his particular understanding of the joint living needs of the generations in one of the formerly largest military districts near the city of Lower Saxony. Today it is the most prestigious residential area of the university city of Göttingen.

In the middle of the first decade of the new millennium, Holger Thorsten Schubart reconsidered his goals and started a new project. Based on his education and his great interest in science, especially physics and mathematics, he devoted himself to further research on the subject of power generation by converting invisible solar energy into electricity (energy from neutrino particles).

With the support of the team of the world’s leading scientists, he is the founder of a theory that proves the possibility of generating electricity from so-called neutrinos (en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino). This initiative led, after further significant scientific results, to the creation of the NEUTRINO Energy Group in 2008 under the motto “Neutrino – Future Energy”.

Under the leadership of Mr. Schubart, leading scientists worldwide have been working for many years to create a material that converts electrical energy from neutrinos as a result of atomic vibrations and resonance on the surface of the composite material. He is the creator and owner of several international brands of Neutrino (trademark.markify.com/trademark-

owner/ctm/holger-thorsten-schubart/545986, trademarkia.com/ctm/neutrino-990397_de- en.htm).

The founder and president of the American company Neutrino Energy Group, Inc., he attracted a lot of attention in 2014 as a sponsor of the national press ball at Tempelhof Airport. At the time, Mr. Schubart was attacked and condemned for his theories within professional circles, even accused of fraud for distributing a supposedly physically impossible model.

In October 2015, scientists Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur B. Mac Donald were awarded the Nobel Prize because they were able to provide revolutionary scientific proof that neutrinos have mass (presseportal.de/pm/118105/ 3142411).

His team is working purposefully to further their goals. Thanks to the so-called Neutrino Power Cubes, electricity from the invisible spectrum of solar energy can be generated and made available in the future completely independent of external energy sources, anywhere in the world and usable without restrictions, regardless of time of day or weather conditions.

The Project “Neutrino – Future Energy” is a global project that experts consider one of the most humane projects in the world, because when humanity solves the problem of producing energy, it solves many other environmental problems on our planet. In addition, providing a clean and inexhaustible source of energy will help avoid geopolitical conflicts, which are mainly a “struggle for the distribution” of the latest oil and gas resources. This project will help bring energy + light to the still poor regions of the world, where electricity is not yet taken for granted.

The goal of the project is also to phase out nuclear and fossil fuel power plants in order to reduce CO2 emissions in order to slow global warming and thus make our world more comfortable for all people and the next generation, against all the opposition that still exists today.

Outside of being active in the project, Mr. Schubart supports and promotes art and culture – in all shapes and forms. He is very committed to global environmental protection and initiates and promotes scientific projects of future technologies, international events, exhibitions and festivals.