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Soviet Peace Foundation: eco-energy is an important component of peace on the Planet

The political, economic and environmental situation in the world is developing according to the most dramatic scenario, events are closely intertwined, being dependent on each other.The results of the tough confrontation between the states have led to such a sharp twisting of the spiral of confrontation that it is difficult to expect a smooth decrease in the tension of the political situation.

The vast majority of the world's population perceives the struggle for peace as something abstract, divorced from the realities of life, not attaching much importance to the active work of people who devote their lives to the struggle for the broad development and preservation of multilateral economic, cultural, sports and intellectual ties, not only on a high political, but and on a day-to-day level between specific groups of people from different countries and nationalities. This work is extremely important, and it is precisely this that is the basis of the peacekeeping mission of the Soviet Peace Fund, headed by President Anatoly Evgenievich Karpov.

Karpov A.E., President of the Soviet Peace Fund, Deputy of the State Duma
Karpov A.E., President of the Soviet Peace Fund, Deputy of the State Duma

“We see that at present, in the context of global confrontation, the economic and human ties that have been developed over the years between companies and even people are being destroyed. We are sure that humanity should not only solve the global problems of preserving peace, but also direct all efforts to preserve nature and climate. If these issues are not resolved, then the devastating consequences will call into question the very possibility of further life on the Planet. That is why the Soviet Peace Fund, among other things, strongly supports the development of the latest eco-technologies of universal human significance. An example is cooperation with the Neutrino Energy Group and its Russian partners in organizing the industrial production of Neutrino Power Cubes power sources, which make it possible to provide electricity, and therefore heat, at home without the need to use centralized power lines.

“If you look at this topic more broadly, then there are a lot of places in the world where it is almost impossible to lay power lines without serious costs, so the industrial production of Neutrino Power Cubes and their affordability will help to consolidate the population in places of permanent residence, reduce migration flows and elimination of racial animosity between migrants and indigenous populations and a reduction in the overall confrontation, hostility and distrust in the world. And this is the task of preserving peace in a universal aspect,” says N.D. Karelina, chairman of the commission for the preservation of the world cultural heritage of the Soviet Peace Fund, director of the Russian branch of Neutrino Deutschland GmbH.

Karelina N.D., Chairman of the Commission for the Preservation of the World Cultural Heritage of the Soviet Peace Fund, Director of the Russian branch of Neutrino Deutschland GmbH
Karelina N.D., Chairman of the Commission for the Preservation of the World Cultural Heritage of the Soviet Peace Fund, Director of the Russian branch of Neutrino Deutschland GmbH

Why will Neutrinovoltaic technology be important for Russia?

“Russia is mainly a resource-based state focused on the supply of minerals to the world market, therefore, the introduction of advanced civilian technologies at an accelerated pace, especially in the energy sector, is seen as an extremely important task for a country with such a territory. It is very important that technological competition between countries does not develop into confrontation and the construction of a new "iron" curtain.", - Rumyantsev L.K., Ph.D. Scientific Advisor and Deputy Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Neutrino Energy Group.

How Neutrinovoltaic technology will be implemented in Russia?

Establishment of the joint venture “Progressus Neutrino” will make it possible to launch industrial production of Neutrino Power Cubes power sources in Russia for the power supply of residential buildings, as well as small and medium-sized enterprises.At the first stage, it is planned to organize the production of Neutrino Power Cubes with a net capacity of 5 kWh.The production technology allows you to easily increase the generated power of Neutrino Power Cubes by connecting additional power generating modules.

Given that the escalation of political confrontation inevitably leads to the use of nature and climate protection to influence the economy of their rivals, imposing, for example, their own environmental rules and standards.Therefore, for enterprises, especially exporting their products, compliance with the most stringent environmental standards will become an extremely important aspect.

Holger Thorsten Schubart, President of Neutrino Energy Group
Holger Thorsten Schubart, President of Neutrino Energy Group

The President of the Neutrino Energy Group, Mr. Holger Thorsten Schubart, is confident that “in the coming years, an international environmental certification system for production, similar to FSC wood certification, will appear, which will simply close access to goods without such eco-certificates on international markets, and to producers who do not have such certificates, prohibitive customs duties will apply. Therefore, the presence in Russia of large reserves of fossil fuels will not be able to protect Russian producers from problems in the supply of products for export.”

Why will Neutrinovoltaic power generation technology be more in demand than solar and wind generation?

Despite the large territory of Russia, it is economically feasible to build solar energy facilities and wind turbines only in certain areas, given the dependence of their work on weather conditions.For most places in Russia, such construction is not practical.

Neutrinovoltaic technology is based on the use of a multilayer nanomaterial of alternating layers of graphene (monatomic graphite layer) and doped silicon deposited on a metal foil, which allows converting the thermal Brownian motion of graphene atoms, the kinetic energy of neutrino particles and surrounding radiation fields into electric current. One such plate of size A-4 generates power of about 3 Wh. The presence of the appearance of opposite poles on such a plate after applying to one side a multi-layer coating invented by the Neutrino Energy Group, allows you to place such plates in a stack, connecting in series, like a stack of writing paper, forming an electricity generating module placed in a separate case isolated from the environment to prevent oxidation plates and maintaining the integrity of the coating. A set of such modules, connected mainly in parallel with each other, constitutes the Neutrino Power Cubes source of electricity. The more modules in Neutrino Power Cubes, the more power generated. This design feature of Neutrino Power Cubes makes it compact and can be placed directly at the place of energy consumption, and also guarantees the absence of harmful emissions into the atmosphere, ensuring the highest environmental requirements. According to preliminary calculations, the retail price of Neutrino Power Cubes with a capacity of 5 kW will be around 10,000 euros on the EU market, but has not yet been formed for the Russian market.

“The widespread introduction of Neutrinovoltaic power generation in Russia will make it possible to create a distributed system of environmentally neutral power supply and in the future comply with any environmental standards in the production and export of products,” Holger Thorsten Schubart is sure.

“Given the special significance of the project in humanitarian and peacekeeping activities for humanity and the environmental health of the planet, we fully support the work of Neutrino Energy Group.The introduction of technology that contributes to the restoration of the economic, political and social balance of a society that wants to live in peace and create peace is the primary task of world science,” said Anatoly Karpov, President of the Soviet Peace Foundation.


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