The scientist Arturo Herrera Solis says his innovation seeks to generate clean energy through hydrogen. After four years of procedure and evidence, the Russian government gave the Mexican scientist Arturo Herrera Solis's first patent around the world to recognize the existence of "human photosynthesis." This allowed to develop a kind of infinite stack, which the author called Bat-Gen, because it works as both a rechargeable battery and a continuous power generator. The raw material of this invention is abundant in nature, as their core components are water and a molecule that exists in the skin, hair and the lining of the human retina, but that can be produced artificially: melanin, polihidroxiindol. The Bat-Gen is able to maintain a light bulb on for over 100 years, with the only need to change the bulbs when it finishes her lifetime. As evidence of this claim, Dr. Solis has in his laboratory in Aguascalientes lamps that are four years on. The process of Dr. Solis, who was conceived in her private laboratory
in the city of Aguascalientes, is under evaluation for four years in the patent offices of the United States, European Union, China and India. In Mexico, applied for a patent for five years at the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property and still no response. "If we take advantage of this process, no one will discuss to Mexico for having contributed one of the strongest solutions to address the crisis with a clean alternative energy," says Solis.