Neutrinovoltaic: Ultrathin graphene and silicon that is stackable and scalable

The Neutrino Energy Group has collaborated with a global group of scientists and a variety of international research facilities to conduct application research. This research focuses on the process of converting invisible radiation spectra of the sun, including neutrinos (high-energy particles that continuously reach the earth), into electric power.

In contradiction to what most people believe, the Neutrino Energy Group asserts that photovoltaic cells may still produce energy even when the sun is obscured by clouds. Solar panels are powered by the visible spectrum provided by the sun, and these solar rays reach us even when there is a layer of cloud overhead. Energy-producing cells of this type do not operate solely on heat, after all; solar panels are powered by the sun’s visible spectrum.

Solar panels produce significantly more usable energy during the summer months as compared to the winter months. Solar panels in the Northern Hemisphere only reach their maximum output between the months of May and September. It is commonly held that photovoltaic arrays are three times more effective during the warm summer months than they are during the cold and dark winter months.

In order to generate a sufficient amount of useful electricity throughout the winter months, huge solar arrays need to be oriented so that they face the sun directly. The majority of private residences lack the necessary area to implement such an array, and it is typically not possible to adjust the tilt of solar panels that have been set on the roof.


Neutrinovoltaic technology offers the solution to the problem

While many individuals are unable to obtain enough solar energy to meet their home’s electricity needs, neutrinovoltaic technology offers a permanent alternative. Rather than extracting energy from the visible spectrum of light, the Neutrino Energy Group’s neutrinovoltaic technology gets electrical energy from neutrinos and other kinds of non-visible radiations, that impact the planet in approximately similar quantities each and every second of each and every day.

Neutrinovoltaic technology even taps into the unutilized potential of electrosmog, which refers to the electromagnetic energy that is generated by electronic gadgets that are created by humans. This ground-breaking technology, is capable of harvesting a small portion of the kinetic energy of neutrinos as they travel through everything that humans can see. The harvested kinetic energy is then converted into electricity.


Stackable and Scalable Neutrinovoltaic Cells

Under CEO Holger Thorsten Schubart’s direction, the Neutrino Energy Group created an ultrathin metamaterial out of alternating layers of graphene and silicon. This substance vibrates when bonded to a metallic substrate and exposed to neutrinos and other kinds of non-visible radiations. When horizontal and vertical vibrations occur simultaneously, a resonance is produced that can be exploited to generate electrical energy.

The operation of neutrinovoltaic technology is completely unaffected by seasonal changes or daily weather patterns. Neutrinovoltaic cells can operate at night because neutrinos continue to interact with the Earth. Like with photovoltaics, neutrinovoltaic cells can be laid out in a horizontal array to cover a larger area, such as an entire roof or a slope of land. However, the vertical scalability of these two energy collection technologies is where they diverge.

Because solar cells are only able to produce energy when they are not obscured from the rays of the sun, it is impossible to stack solar cells one on top of the other. Neutrinovoltaic cells, on the other hand, do not have this technical limitation, which means that they can be piled as high as you want, and the cells at the bottom will continue to generate the same amount of electrical power as the cells at the top of the stack.


Technology Background

The Neutrino Energy Group notes that in 2015, independent scientists Arthur McDonald of Canada and Takaaki Kajita of Japan established the mass of neutrinos, the small rays of cosmic particles that permeate practically everything in the cosmos. In addition, the equation e=mc2 from Einstein’s theory of relativity indicates that everything with mass also possesses energy. Both of the scientists were awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize in Physics for the work that they had done on the finding. The next step, which Neutrino Energy has taken, was to do what was previously thought to be impossible: harnessing that energy for power generation. In theory, using neutrinos as an energy source is analogous to using a photovoltaic (PV) solar cell. Instead of capturing neutrinos, a fraction of their kinetic energy is extracted and turned into power.

The Neutrino Power Cell is constructed of layers of silicon and carbon that are surgically attached to a metallic substrate, resulting in a resonance when neutrinos strike them. Neutrino Group Energy figured out how to build a cell that can transfer resonance energy into a usable form by using a frequency response on an electrical conductor. One significant advantage is that the procedure does not require sunlight. Neutrino Power Cubes can convert sections of energy into power anywhere in the world 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The new technology may assist future generations in meeting their energy demands without requiring inefficient infrastructure, competition for precious natural resources, or an environmental burden, which necessitates rapid action to prevent a climate disaster.


Neutrino Energy’s Future

Even underground, neutrinovoltaic energy is operational. Neutrinos penetrate directly through the Earth, and only a small number of substances are known to block the motion of these ethereal particles, in contrast to most forms of radiation, which are halted by soil and rock. Compact and portable, neutrinovoltaic cells can be installed anywhere, both above and below ground. As a result, this approach prevents the devastation of natural landscapes caused by solar cells and wind farms.

At the moment, neutrinovoltaic technology has been shown to work in laboratory settings, and Schubart and his colleagues at the Neutrino Energy Group are hard at work developing a consumer-grade product that will be beneficial in a wide range of applications. The Neutrino Energy Group anticipates that neutrinovoltaic energy will initially be used to power pacemakers, smartphones, laptops, and other small devices, but that with time, it will be possible to scale up this energy technology to the point where it can meet the electrical requirements of appliances and every other kind of power-drawing device within a household.

In contrast to photovoltaics, neutrino energy continues to function even when the sun goes down. Therefore, it’s not as far-fetched as we might believe to imagine a world when neutrino-powered trucks and industrial equipment are widespread. The Neutrino Energy Group contends that, now that neutrinos have made their way beyond infinity and down to Earth, we should harness these ghostly particles to power our civilization’s bright future.

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