In its early stages solar power also developed quite slowly. Although first implemented in 1958 for space travel, the 70s saw the use of solar cells primarily in small-scale applications such as pocket calculators, and almost 20 years passed before an entire household could be supplied with electricity. The triumph of photovoltaic technology set in at the beginning of the 90s, and now solar power derived from the visible spectrum is all-pervasive. Today the next stage in this evolutionary process is at hand: neutrinovoltaic!
“We need to face the challenges of the future,” urged Holger Thorsten Schubart, CEO of the Neutrino Energy Group. The Neutrino Energy Group is presently developing innovative high-tech materials on the basis of spiked carbon derivatives that can be used to convert a portion of the non-visible spectrum into electricity.
“Subjects such as energy production and environmental protection are more relevant today than ever before, and they require future-oriented thinking as well as innovative, long-term solutions. We need new technology that can help us to move away from the use of fossil fuel and thus free us from our dependence on the countries that possess these resources.” Schubart then went on to point out the necessity of utilizing current scientific findings for the development of new approaches in the field of energy technology.
Neutrinovoltaic can be compared to a solar cell that provides power even in total darkness, and it will soon be possible to supplement conventional photovoltaic with this new technology.
Schubart also criticized the way in which the general public is kept in the dark about the latest breakthroughs in neutrino research and emphasized their vast potential to solve our present problems. “It is incontrovertible that invisible radiation from space offers us more energy on a daily basis than all of the world’s remaining fossil fuel reserves combined. This enormous energy source must be tapped. That has to be the focus of sensible research for the future,” demanded Schubart.
Germany in Last Place
Important findings regarding neutrinos are already acknowledged by the United States and many other countries, but they have not yet reached the German scientific community. According to Schubart, Germany presently holds last place globally with respect to applied research. “It is, of course, exciting to know the origin of a single neutrino, or to be able to document neutrino activity in the eternal ice at the South Pole and to capture a particle every now and then, but one should never lose sight of the actual goal of the millions and millions being spent on this research, namely the acquisition of knowledge that can help us to create a better world,” said Schubart.
Citing the official standpoint of the United States Department of Energy, the CEO of the Neutrino Energy Group said: “Recent scientific findings have now put us in a position to be able to derive energy from invisible, high-energy cosmic and solar radiation using neutrinovoltaic technology.”
At the beginning of 2015, the Neutrino Energy Group had already published its theory on the conversion of non-visible cosmic radiation into usable energy, and this was then indirectly corroborated by the research of the Nobel Prize laureates in Physics in 2015 who proved that neutrinos possess mass. Two years later, scientists from the University of Chicago were able to demonstrate that neutrinos are actually able to cause molecules to move, and this finding represents the very foundation of neutrinovoltaic technology.
Patent Number WO2016142056A1
Professor Günther Krause, a scientific partner of the Neutrino Energy Group, pointed out that in order to fully utilize the energy of cosmic radiation – neutrino radiation in particular – newer, firmer, harder, and at the same time more elastic composites must be developed, because they play a critical role in converting the kinetic energy arising from the collision of neutrinos with molecules into electricity. In this context, Krause pointed to a patent submitted under the number WO2016142056A1 and stated that after the completion of extensive laboratory testing, practical solutions need to be developed that will make it possible to use the renewable and virtually unlimited electricity that can be gained from this technology. He also made it clear that these new approaches will require new methods and thought processes. According to Krause, the implementation of this environmentally friendly technology will ultimately lead to a revolution in the field of energy production and also to a stabilization of the global climate.
Professor Krause summarized: “Now that it has committed itself to a departure from nuclear energy and coal, the German government must concentrate on the opportunities presented by neutrino radiation as its main option for supplementing renewable energy resources.”
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