The Munich-based technology transfer company HWCV marketed the so-called capillary technology and has opened the doors for investors now also for this technology analysts are high, as the Munich-based company, founded 15 years ago, according to the recognized S & P rating now has a value of 10 million euro criteria, and since generated a return of an average of 20% for its investors. This yield achieved already in the past in connection with the now-present technology promises an extraordinary income, which intrigued investors should be in fact. After the technology was actually developed to achieve a cooling water-based effectiveness increase of seventy percent at nuclear power plants, emerged after the academic scientific assessment, that technology power as planned can be generated to locate the source of the generated energy but not in a cooling of the surrounding cooling water is. It is but Origin of actually present energy from academic point of view not explainable, because there from a physical perspective no alternatives to a cooling of the water. The technology is therefore mainly in academic circles as so-called Perpetuum mobile.
The founder of the company, Hans Weidenbusch, said at the time after the announcement of the academic opinions: “it would have preferred, the water had cooled down from scientific point of view, because it is clear that the marketing of a Perpetuum mobile will be no surefire. Finally, everyone has learned in school that doesn’t even exist as a device, and even if its existence is now allocated through public demonstrations and subsequently by all leading universities is confirmed conviction but much more work needs to be done among investors, and the to achievable yield is so high that it is anyway believe none”This persuasion now but in an impressive way occurred. This was achieved in large part through public presentations, which had unique subsequent testimonies of press representatives to the result. .