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Technological independence will be based on the use of nanomaterials

It can be confidently predicted that in the coming years Russia will be blocked from access to advanced technologies, and all the efforts of Western countries will primarily be aimed at ensuring their own energy independence. Many European countries have already announced the need to save energy and limit space heating in the winter. So, for example, residents of Switzerland, who this winter, with a shortage of gas in the country, will warm their homes to temperatures above 19 degrees, face a fine and imprisonment for up to three years. This was warned by the press secretary of the Department of Economics (DEF) Markus Spurndli.

In such conditions, for a comfortable indoor temperature, residents will have to use firewood for heating or purchase autonomous energy sources that are not associated with the combustion of fossil fuels. Reports on the launch of industrial production of such sources in Switzerland in 2023, generating electricity under the influence of the thermal Brownian motion of graphene atoms, as well as invisible spectrum radiation, primarily neutrinos, have already been widely announced in the foreign and Russian press. We are talking about compact Neutrino Power Cubes units with an output power of 5-10 kW, manufactured under license from Neutrino Energy Group.

But it is unlikely that this innovative product will help the inhabitants of Switzerland to spend the coming winter warm, because any new production takes time for technical commissioning. The increase in production output is also determined by the specifics of manufacturing the base component for Neutrino Power Cubes - a metal foil with a multilayer nanomaterial deposited on one side, consisting of alternating layers of graphene and doped silicon. Installations spraying such a coating are not mass-produced by the industry, so the company's designers had to develop them themselves.

The crystal lattice of graphene
The crystal lattice of graphene

There is evidence that due to the sharp rise in prices for materials, electricity and general inflation, Neutrino Energy Group plans to organize the production of such devices together with its Russian partner in Russia, despite pressure on the company in Germany.

“The emergence of new nanomaterials has expanded the prospects for the development of this area of research,” says Holger Thorsten Schubart, president of Neutrino Energy Group.

Today, in serious scientific circles, no one doubts the fact that the graphene material is capable of generating electric current. Many scientific papers have been published on this topic. It is assumed that the multilayer arrangement of alternating layers of graphene and doped silicon leads to the fact that the forces between graphene electrons are “knocked out” of balance. The overall effect was what physicists call "skew scattering," where clouds of electrons deflect their motion in one direction, which is called direct electric current.

Thanks to the multilayer nanomaterial and the increased vibrational motion of graphene atoms, this energy cell design, extremely sensitive to radiation, is capable of converting not only the impact of terahertz waves, but also the kinetic energy of neutrinos and other particles of the invisible radiation spectrum, which makes it possible to obtain direct electric current around the clock, including in darkness, regardless of the location of the energy cell. When the internal frequency of vibrations of graphene atoms, determined by the temperature Brownian motion of atoms, coincides with the frequency of graphene atoms caused by the action of neutrino particles or particles of other radiation fields that have mass, then such a phenomenon arises as the resonance of vibrations of graphene atoms, which significantly increases the return of electrons at contact of "graphene" waves with layers of doped silicon.

In the absence or weak background action of terahertz waves and other radiation fields, such a multilayer structure of graphene and doped silicon layers will make it possible to obtain direct current only from the thermal Brownian motion of graphene atoms and from the influence of cosmic particles of the invisible radiation spectrum (neutrinos), which was confirmed by independent testsin a Faraday cage under conditions of exclusion of the influence of terahertz waves.

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

The Neutrino Energy Group published research data on Neutrinovoltaic technology, which showed that an output power of 2.5-3.0 watts was obtained from an A-4 plate in a Faraday cage. Under such conditions, the power depended only on 2 influencing factors: temperature and neutrinos. Tests of a similar plate in laboratory conditions, but without insulation in a Faraday cage, showed a stable generation power of 3.0 W, i.e. it can be stated that the difference in the generated power is small or non-existent. Thus, these data suggest that temperature and neutrino flux are key factors influencing the generated power of electric current. This conclusion is extremely important because it confirms that Neutrinovoltaic current sources equipped with such electrogenerating plates will be guaranteed to generate electricity even away from sources of artificial radiation fields such as electrosmog, mobile towers, terahertz waves, etc.

Temperature tests at -40 0C compared to +26.2 0C showed a power reduction of approximately 25%.This gives grounds to assume that the contribution of the cosmic neutrino flux, which is 60 billion particles per second through 1 cm2 of the earth's surface, to the power of power generation, along with temperature, plays a significant role.

Neutrino Energy Group, which has strong friendly relations with its Russian partner and intends to build a joint mutually beneficial business despite the current political situation, has undoubtedly secured technological leadership in the technology of using graphene to create industrial power sources. Holger Thorsten Schubart is confident that established technological ties with Russia will have a cumulative effect, since Russia has a highly qualified workforce, competent engineers and talented designers, which, with the availability of raw materials at affordable prices, creates all the necessary prerequisites for an exceptionally promising business partnership and provides the state with the possession one of the most innovative technologies of our time.


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