German scientists have mastered the technology of extracting energy from cosmic radiation

- Sep 11, 2019-

Berlin-based NeutrinoEnergyGroup international research inc. announced it has completed laboratory tests of a solar-powered technology (patent WO2016142056A1) that USES solar particles invisible to the universe to generate electricity.It is hard to overestimate the importance of this invention, because there is an urgent need to create electricity that could replace existing electric-generating systems in the near future, mainly by burning fossil fuels.Therefore, based on the technology of NEUTRINOVOLTAIC new С О 2 zero emissions NeutrinoPowerCubeu00AE power development is the top priority.

NeutrinoEnergyGroup announced that the new source would have different variations that differed in geometry and output characteristics.In fact, what is referred to here is the creation of a separate power source for each electrical device, a variation of a household appliance, and the generation of electricity for individual homes and industries.

NeutrinoPowerCubeu00AE's power source can be composed of a single mesh or a plurality of mesh.This depends on the technical tasks provided by each customer.From an economic point of view, the appropriate mode of operation is under the basic mode, namely, the power supply is stable 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.However, basic mode operations are not always appropriate for individual customers.In this case, the output power can be increased or decreased depending on the required load by connecting or disconnecting from the power supply mesh to the module.The ability to work in shunting is very important to the user.In addition, by connecting the battery, the excess energy generated may also be used to charge the battery.Running at peak times, the energy would come from NeutrinoPowerCubeu00AE and batteries.

What is the uniqueness and simplicity of NeutrinoPowerCubeu00AE?

The "working element" is an ultra-dense composite material that is layered with a brush on a metal foil.The nanolayers, doped with graphene and silicon, allow the use of atomic vibrations to transform different types of radiation, mainly neutrinos, into electricity.When the layers are * thick and geometrically shaped, the vibrations of the atoms cause resonance, which is transferred to the foil and converted into electricity.


"In the course of our work, we were able to combine the advanced theoretical knowledge of modern science in the field of nanomaterials with experimental results," explained German mathematician holger thorsten schubart, who coordinated the research activities of an international team of scientists.

The ETH (Eidgen?SsischeTechnischeHochschule, Zurich) professor Vanessa wood work directly confirmed that create a able to generate an electric current under various radiation influence the possibility of the material.According to her research, it is possible to make nanoscale materials that enhance the vibration of atoms."All materials are made of vibrating atoms," ETH scientists concluded on the basis of their research.These atoms vibrate, or "phonons," responsible for the transfer of charge and heat to the material.

Writing in the journal Nature, Vanessa wood and her colleagues show that if materials are smaller than 10-20 nanometers, the outer layers of atoms on the surface of nanoparticles vibrate significantly and play a role in the material's "behavior."

This is an important result which confirms the ability of layered composite coatings on nano-thick metal carriers, based on NEUTRINOVOLTAIC technology, to convert the energy of particles in the invisible radiation spectrum into electricity.It should be stressed that the NeutrinoEnergyGroup coating material created by scientists had itself increased the number of atomic vibrations.The effect of various kinds of radiation (including neutrinos) on the coating causes additional atomic micro-vibrations that cause resonance, which is transferred to the metal substrate and the resulting energy is converted into electricity.There is a positive pole on one side of the bottom plate with spraying and a negative pole on the surface without spraying.

I want to focus on the special material graphene used in the products, which has shown a variety of properties in practice.NEUTRINOVOLTAIC USES 12 layers of graphene coatings, meanwhile, three layers of graphene are capable of superconducting.Now, researchers have found evidence of superconductivity in the simple manufacture of three layers of graphene, raising the hope that in the near future, the study of layered graphene will help researchers understand how superconductivity of copper oxide occurs.This could lead to the emergence of superconductors at higher temperatures, even at room temperature, which could save a lot of energy on power networks and devices, according to a report published in the journal Science*, an internationally recognized publication.

Meanwhile, a team from the karlsruhe institute of technology caused a stir when it published a report in the english-language journal ChemSusChem on the unusual possibility of getting graphene from carbon dioxide.As KIT's press release states, scientists are looking for alternative USES of carbon dioxide to break the causal chain and increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, leading to global warming.Carbon dioxide, for example, could be considered a source of material suitable for processing and could be reintroduced into the commercial recycling cycle, perhaps even profitably.The KIT team is looking at using carbon dioxide as a source of graphene production technologies. Graphene is one of the main components of NEUTRINOVOLTAIC, which USES power generated by particles of invisible radiation spectrum.

"Various types of radiation such as electromagnetism, ionization and neutrons are capable of generating electricity using our technology, but cosmic neutrino particles are an important part of new power sources based on NEUTRINOVOLTAIC technology," he stressed.

The reason is that the neutrino flux is stable, about 6 billion neutrinos per square centimetre per second, independent of time, weather and various shielding coatings.Swiss institute of technology Faraday grid and a solar power station 30 meters underground are doing an independent study of NEUTRINOVOLTAIC.The obtained data confirm the stability and claimed output characteristics of the technique.


NEUTRINOPOWERCUBEu00AE is a compressed metal foil coated with graphene and silicon that is able to generate its own electricity completely independently of a central source system, like a photovoltaic cell, in which light (the visible spectrum of radiation) is converted into energy.The A4 size foil is covered with a dense layer of doped nanoparticles, providing a stable output of 2.5-3.0 watts.NEUTRINOPOWERCUBEu00AE has a power of 4.5-5.5 kw/h and will be no bigger than a "briefcase" in size.NEUTRINOPOWERCUBEu00AE's technical parameters and its compact size would allow for the creation of a distributed generation system with virtually no loss of power networks.Electricity can be generated where it is consumed.

Of particular interest is that NEUTRINOPOWERCUBEu00AE will be installed in electric cars, which, when travelling long distances, will greatly increase the range between charges, or exclude them altogether from short and medium distances.According to Mr Shubat, the use of NEUTRINOVOLTAIC technology in lunar exploration schemes and long-range space missions could also prove powerful.

The output properties of NEUTRINOVOLTAIC technology are being tested repeatedly in laboratories and independent scientific institutions. It is hoped that the technology could soon make a major contribution to solving the world's climate problems and even changing the way people live.This is not a fantasy, but the reality of technological progress!