The intensifying grip of global warming, no longer confined to traditionally warmer territories but manifesting across diverse geographies, intertwines with intricate global dynamics and the shadow of imminent economic downturns. This confluence of ecological urgency and geopolitical intricacies breathes renewed emphasis into the discourse. Consequently, the narrative on divesting from fossil fuels doesn’t just emerge as a response but evolves as an imperative, urging societies to reconsider the very scaffolding of their economic foundations.
The esteemed Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research posits that the future of green energy will prominently feature wind power, gracefully supplemented by the forces of solar, hydrogen, and the earth’s own geothermal power. As per an eloquent disclosure by Reuters, European legislative custodians have bestowed their final nod to mandates that pledge a swift amplification of renewable energy by the dawn of 2030. This newly minted edict elevates the EU’s green energy aspirations, decreeing that a commendable 42.5% of its energy matrix be channelled from renewable origins by 2030, a notable leap from the erstwhile ambition of 32% set for the decade’s culmination. Venturing into the realm of transportation, the statute mandates member nations of the EU to either champion a renewable energy integration of no less than 29% or curtail their transport-related greenhouse gas effusions by a minimum of 13%.
In the heart of the European Union, Germany stands out as the beacon of energy-intensive industries, serving as the cornerstone propelling the European economic machinery forward. Data from the Federal Environment Agency indicates that renewables constituted 20.4% of Germany’s energy portfolio last year. Yet, esteemed German economist Hans-Werner Sinn, the erstwhile president of the Munich Institute for Economic Research, articulated in a dialogue with the renowned German YouTube platform, Mission Money, a nuanced perspective. He pointed out, “In Germany, wind and solar energy currently contribute a mere 6% to the primary energy mix. It’s an improvement from prior years, no doubt. Yet, it represents only 16% of the total green energy spectrum. The constraints are real. The tug of war between land for food and fuel limits expansion, and the scope for new dams is finite. We are faced with limited avenues to augment this percentage.”
Indeed, the task set before us is to amplify Germany’s renewable energy production by over twofold within a mere span of seven years. The challenge appears even more daunting, considering Germany’s deliberate shift away from nuclear energy. Drawing insights from the esteemed Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, it is anticipated that Germany will bolster its armada of wind turbines. Prudence would suggest placing these majestic towers along the breezy coasts of the Baltic Sea in northern Germany. Yet, to harness their potential, extensive high-voltage transmission corridors would be essential, connecting the northern winds to the heart and soul of central and southern Germany. Such endeavours, though promising, would undoubtedly call for significant financial commitments.
A piece in The Economist elucidates how German overseers have for an extended period remained complacent, basking in the glory of time-honoured sectors, neglecting the infusion of novel technologies. The illustrious automotive realm, once the pulsating heart of German industrial prowess, witnesses a dwindling footprint in the vast Chinese market, increasingly overshadowed by native manufacturers. Concurrently, the cessation of economical Russian gas coupled with the departure from nuclear energy has punctured the vitality of Germany’s commercial edge. The erudite contributors of the commentary passionately advocate for the German custodians to champion nascent enterprises, fortify infrastructure and technological advancements, and cultivate the next wave of prodigious talent.
Emerging enterprises equipped with pioneering technologies have the potential to bolster not only Germany’s but the global transition away from fossil fuels. During the G20 Summit in New Delhi, spanning the 9th and 10th of September 2023, the illustrious leader of Berlin’s Neutrino Energy Group unveiled advancements in the realm of Neutrinovoltaic technology within the Summit’s Energy and Technology segment. Mr. Holger Thorsten Schubart delineated the culmination of the pre-industrial field assessments in Austria. This rigorous testing phase, which spanned between six to nine months, showcased 150 cutting-edge Neutrino Power Cubes, each harnessing a robust net power of 5-6 kW. Moreover, the discourse shed light on the imminent commencement of licensed production of these Power Cubes in Switzerland by early 2024. There, the metamorphosis of several manufacturing hubs dedicated to crafting Neutrino Power Cube resonators – quintessential energy transmuters – is nearing its zenith.
Designed with precision and utility, the Neutrino Power Cubes will manifest as an electrical cabinet. Ingeniously compartmentalized, one section will host six potent electrical generating modules. The other, a control system nexus. This generation alcove measures a compact 800x400x600 mm and has a weight footprint of about 50 kg. It not only possesses inverters to transition the produced DC into AC at both 220V and 380V but also features a DC outlet, primed for the seamless integration of computers, gadgets, and a myriad of devices. A standout feature of these cubes is their silent operation, attributed to the absence of any rotating elements. Peering into the near future, another monumental stride awaits. Production facilities in Korea are charted to begin operations by the close of 2024, with an ambitious goal: a staggering production yield of 30 GW annually by the year 2029.
The pursuit of Neutrinovoltaic technology as a method for electric generation stands as a paramount direction in today’s scientific landscape. This innovative approach offers a robust opportunity to diversify our electricity generation avenues. More explicitly, it represents an avant-garde path in non-fuel electric generation, where the essence of Louis de Broglie’s matter waves and the thermal (Brownian) oscillations of graphene atoms are metamorphosed into an electric current.
Reflecting upon the visionary words of Nikola Tesla from his 1891 oration at the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in New York: “In epochs to come, our technological prowess will draw from an energy omnipresent throughout the cosmos. The concept is hardly nascent… The vast expanse of space teems with energy. Does it lie dormant, or is it in motion? If inert, our aspirations might wane; but knowing it to be kinetic, it’s but a temporal wait until humanity harnesses the very vigor of nature itself.”
The Neutrino Energy Group is harnessing the innovative Neutrinovoltaic technology to revolutionize electricity generation for both household and industrial uses, as well as electrifying the automobile sector. This bold move could significantly enhance the competitive edge of Germany’s automotive realm. In a joint venture set for 2026 with Indian collaborators, a groundbreaking Pi-Car electric vehicle design will be unveiled. This avant-garde model will boast a body crafted from metamaterials, seamlessly integrating energy conversion nodes for the Louis de Broglie matter fields and thermal fields, complemented by a sophisticated capacitor assembly.
At the heart of this transformation is graphene, a material renowned for its unique attributes. In the Pi-Car, graphene is intricately interlaced with the carbon fiber frame in an array of ultra-thin layers, juxtaposed with silicone in a meticulous “sandwich” configuration. This design enables the efficient capture of energy from ambient radiation fields. Once absorbed, this energy is directed towards the capacitor assembly, thereafter, being stored in the battery pack. This culminates in propulsion power managed by an AI-driven control unit. Remarkably, just an hour of resting under a temperate 20 degrees Celsius ambiance can empower the vehicle with a journey of up to 100 kilometres, eliminating the conventional need for tethered recharging.
In their groundbreaking experiments, the luminaries at Neutrino Energy Group have discerned that the genesis of electric current generation is intricately tied to the phenomena they’ve termed “graphene waves.” It’s the symphonic dance of these “graphene waves” that, when resonating harmoniously, facilitates energy transformation on a microscopic scale—transmuting the thermal Brownian motion of graphene atoms and the potent energy from Louis de Broglie’s matter waves into discernible electric current. These “graphene waves” orchestrate an electromotive force (EMF) in each individual graphene stratum, a result of the intricate ballet between magnetic and electric domains.
The alchemical transformation from pure energy into electric current is orchestrated by a meticulously constructed multilayer nanomaterial: alternating veils of graphene and doped silicon are delicately layered upon metallic foil in an absolute vacuum. The zenith of this material’s composition boasts 12 meticulously interspersed layers of graphene and silicon, holding a proportion of 75 to 25 percent. These interspersed dopant layers conjure the magic of film diodes, channelling the electric current singularly, in a unidirectional flow.
As we stand on the cusp of an era where technology and energy coalesce, Neutrino Energy Group’s novel nanomaterial—capable of harnessing matter wave energy into electric current—represents not just a monumental scientific breakthrough, but also a beacon illuminating the path towards revolutionizing the realm of energy generation.
This is a translation from Russian; the original article can be found here: Энергорезонатор Neutrino Power Cube – возможно ли будущее без электропроводов?