Roberto Reuter

Roberto was born 1975 in the former GDR. His live changed instantly, after Germany’s reunion in 1989. 1990 he left home to finish an external school. Working as management assistant for KOBRAFormen, a global leader in making concrete molds he led a satellite division there. Later he decided to move on to Austria. During the following years he worked as key account for global sales in Vienna’s Classic Components Branch office and supported international high speed supply chains for Foxconn, Solectron/Flextronics. After founding the GAIA Association in 2011, he is now managing the Association with 3000+ members. Nowadays he is mainly involved in the GBI project, as energy independence is his greatest passion

HHO – Automatic Water Cell

The globally first fully automatic HHO–Cell was already constructed by GAIA in 2012. There are only a few steps left to go until this device can be used as a totally emission free heater for everyone.

Production of Hydrogen

This device produces Hydrogen without having to resolve to any kind of primary energy. With this device, Hydrogen of 95% concentration can be produced for below $0.30/kg. The first prototypes have already been put into operation successfully.

CO2 Motor

A thermal engine that utilizes an expanding fluid to drive cylinder-pistons when a temperature change occurs. This means that heat is being used as primary energy.

Robert J. Reich

Robert was born in Croatia, but grew up and was educated in Germany. He started his career as organization consultant for IBM Germany, compudent AG directly after finishing his studies of economics. Swapping over from consulting to project management of high technology applications,he built 2 complete facilities in Germany, which were producing e-beam accelerators for the modification and enhancement of material structures. After receiving permission by the government, he serves as radiation protection supervisor and was allowed to handle radioactive material. His work results in international admission, as well as a mark of recognition from the German governmental KfW bank in 2005. Robert ́s knowledge and experience led him to the United Nations UNDP program, as a consultant for huge infrastructure projects of the Government of Central African Republic. After searching for innovative energy sources for the past decades, Robert joined the GAIA association in 2012 and took over the position of CEO of the GAIA Energy GmbH in Germany in 2014.