The possibility of generating electricity from ambient radiation fields, which scientists have recently proven, has the potential to fundamentally change the electricity supply system itself, which will play an important role, especially for end users, especially in the private sector. The technology developed by Neutrino Deutschland GmbH of Germany and the internationally renowned Neutrino Energy Group led by Holger Thorsten Schubart is a sensation for the general public and for a small circle of specialists.
Few scientists in the world have considered the concept that the space surrounding us is filled with endless energy and have worked seriously on how it may be utilized, since the job at hand was so complicated and ambitious that genuine results appeared exceedingly improbable. Despite this, The German businessman and mathematician Holger Thorsten Schubart, was persuaded that the issue was doable, and solvable in its practical application.
After years of intensive research, an international team of scientists has not only developed and tested Neutrinovoltaic, a technology for generating electricity from radiation fields, but has also begun to rebuild two power source production facilities, implying that mass production will begin in 2-3 years. The introduction of the new manufacturing site and research and technology center in Frankfurt/Oder at the end of November 2021 demonstrated that the challenge was much more than just generating electricity from the Neutrinovoltaic source. The company’s management has decided to adopt Neutrinovoltaic’s technology in order to build electric automobiles with Neutrinovoltaic power sources implanted in their bodies. Such an electric vehicle will not require charging from charging stations, which promises significant benefits for consumers, given that one of the problems, aside from long charging times, is the underdeveloped charging station system for electric vehicles, as well as the pseudo-ecological nature of currently produced electric vehicles.
Humanity, for the most part, is unwilling to restrict its well-being and forego the advantages of civilization that are closely tied to the ever-increasing need for energy. That is why neutrinovoltaic sources of electric power open a true “way of development” of future energy, as it corresponds to the actual needs of humanity, which every day more and more actively declares that it is not willing to put up with the radical deterioration of the planet’s ecological situation, breathe polluted air, use polluted water, and increasingly wonders how the next generations will live.
Mankind Needs Technical Innovation In Providing Clean Energy Sources
The world has entered a technological revolution. However, unless innovative energy solutions are introduced, mankind will run out of hydrocarbons in a matter of decades. As a result, governments and the general public must place a premium on novel energy technologies such as Neutrinovoltaic technology produced by Neutrino Deutschland GmbH. This innovation began as a result of studies to optimize solar panels: diverse material nanoparticles were employed in the trials to achieve the maximum possible active physical surface to raise the efficiency of solar panels, but the experiments were unsuccessful. It was discovered that the material under test was unstable, with vibrations happening that did not increase the efficiency of the solar panels. These vibrations, whose origin was unknown at the time, motivated researchers to continue working on vibration amplification, on the basis that if vibrations exist in the material, they may be brought into resonance with atomic vibrations and therefore create electricity.
Work on a material with a higher atomic vibration has been accomplished. Further research to improve the performance of Neutrinovoltaic technology has resulted in the development of a multilayer nanomaterial composed of alternating layers of graphene and silicon with the addition of alloying materials applied to a metal foil. The multilayer nanomaterial solves the challenge of producing the most electrical power feasible from a single surface unit, while a single layer of graphene cannot deliver enough power for industrial uses. It should be mentioned that all of the coating’s properties were achieved experimentally many years ago, and individual theoretical demonstrations of the basics that show the technological model’s viability have surfaced in the public domain.
Critics of the Neutrinovoltaic project sometimes argue that neutrinos have superpermeability, that they cannot be “caught,” and that a laborious and costly system was developed to collect individual neutrinos and other non-visible radiations, as in the Katrin experiment (KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino). The mechanism of neutrino interaction with matter, on the other hand, has been elucidated in papers by the COHERENT Collaboration at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (USA). Low energy neutrinos have been shown to interact weakly with argon nuclei. This is known as coherent elastic neutrino-nuclear scattering (CEvNS). Neutrinos and other non-visible radiations “hits” the big, heavy nucleus of the atom and transmits a little amount of energy to it, similar to a tennis ball striking a bowling ball. As a consequence, the nucleus very imperceptibly bounces off. When interacting with graphene, a comparable interaction of low energy neutrinos is quite likely to occur.
Neutrino Deutschland GmbH scientists have obtained steady results: in the laboratory, a sheet of A-4 foil covered with the produced nanomaterial offers a stable electrical output of 2.5-3.0W, allowing them to build a current source of 4.5 to 5.5 kWh. Furthermore, an independent Swiss technical institution validated this conclusion in testing in a “Faraday cage” and 30 meters underground to reduce electromagnetic interference, as well as independent expertise from the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences.
Holger Thorsten Schubart states, “We are aware that our proposed technology has the potential for advancement. However, given the global conflict in the world, particularly for energy sources, and the growing global environmental problems on Earth, as well as the magnitude of the challenges we face and the time required for widespread implementation of Neutrinovoltaic technology, we must immediately begin work on the conversion of electricity supply to Neutrinovoltaic energy sources. Rather than spending vast amounts on arms, even a tiny portion of these funds might greatly expedite the transition to conflict-free and ecologically benign energy sources “Holger Thorsten Schubart states
There is little question that Neutrino Deutschland GmbH has made the first crucial steps on this route by developing a one-of-a-kind technology for harnessing such sources and using them for the needs of humanity now and future generations.