Climate change and its consequences are forcing us to rethink in many areas. The need to avoid CO2 brought about the socially necessary and politically taken decision to phase out fossil fuels as quickly as possible. Combined with the phase-out of nuclear energy, this creates a problem that seems almost insoluble. Renewable energies such as wind power and photovoltaics are volatile because they depend on meteorological influences (in this case wind speeds and solar intensity) and thus do not have the base load capacity that is absolutely necessary for a secure energy supply. Storage technologies in the required capacities have not yet been developed, or are linked to geographical conditions, such as pumped storage plants. In order to be able to supply an economy with climate-neutral energy in a fail-safe manner, a form of energy production is needed that is capable of generating energy continuously 24/7 throughout the year, regardless of meteorological or other external conditions. We have solved this problem. Our goal is to ensure precisely this energy supply.