An Irish radio station has said it can broadcast airships, but its official explanation for its concept is unclear.
In a radio interview with the Irish broadcaster RTE’s New Year’s Eve show, the broadcaster said the concept is a way to help the world move towards sustainable energy sources and energy efficiency.
But it is unclear what exactly the airship would look like.
The Irish broadcaster’s announcement was part of its New Year countdown, which began on Thursday.
It said it had been researching the concept for some time and that it was the first time it had spoken about it publicly.
“The concept was developed by an Irish team of researchers who are in close collaboration with other researchers from the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Germany,” the broadcaster wrote.
“Their work has been carried out under the direction of Professor Eamonn Brennan from the University of Cambridge and his team in Cambridge.”
They have developed an idea which can be used as a way of generating renewable energy.
“This is an idea that has been in development for some years.
It is a form of renewable energy that can be generated and stored, and which is very important for us as a society to look at in terms of sustainable energy.”
It is not clear what the airships would look or how they would work, but the broadcaster added: “The airship is an invention that can transform the way we think about energy.
We believe that it will change the way that people think about the energy that we are consuming.”
There are a lot of people who think that there is no energy in the world.
There is an incredible amount of energy out there that is not being used and can be turned into power.
“We think that this energy can be tapped and converted into new energy.”
But in its explanation for the concept, RTE said it would be able to communicate with airships via “a system of airships”.
The airships are designed to travel at speeds of up to 250 miles per hour (400km/h) and carry up to 12 passengers, with each person using their own solar panel to charge their battery.
But in the Irish interview, the RTE presenter described the air vehicles as “a way to go beyond the traditional forms of transport”.
“The technology is very simple, and it has to do with the fact that we want to do things that can’t be done by vehicles,” the presenter said.
“It is a technology that we have not thought of before and it is something that we don’t really understand.”
The air vehicles, which would be powered by electricity from a battery, would have no fuel and would travel through the air at speeds that could be described as “super high”.
It is unclear how far airships could travel, however.
A spokeswoman for RTE told The Independent that the concept “is not a vehicle”, adding that the air vehicle was “a new concept and not yet operational”.