Mankind has learned to generate electricity under the influence of sunlight (visible radiation spectrum – waves with a length of 400 to 800 nm), using photovoltaics. But why not use invisible spectrum radiation to generate electricity? According to Maxwell’s theory, the cause of electromagnetic waves is the accelerated movement of electric charges, therefore, electromagnetic fields, as well as the flux of neutrinos and other particles of surrounding radiation fields, the nature of which may not even be fully known to scientists and not fully understood, are of great interest to scientists in aspect of applied use, in particular, in the field of energy.
In the article “Graphene is able to convert the energy of electromagnetic fields into electricity”it is indicated that graphene belongs to 2D materials, having a hexagonal (hexagonal) crystal lattice, but shows signs of 3D materials. Such a structure of the crystal lattice leads to the appearance of the phenomenon of the so-called “graphene waves” or “ripples”, when neighboring regions alternate between concave and convex curvature. The stronger the impact of energy and thermal fields, the stronger the oscillations of graphene atoms, and hence the frequency and amplitude of oscillations of “graphene waves”. Theoretical studies provide an explanation that the source of this process is the electron-phonon coupling, since it suppresses the long-wavelength bending rigidity and enhances out-of-plane fluctuations. Modern microscopes with high resolution allow you to see the “ripples” of graphene. Graphene has an extremely high electric current density and record carrier mobility. In graphene, each atom is bonded to 3 other carbon atoms in a 2D plane, with one electron remaining freely available in the 3rd dimension for electron conduction.
It can be confidently stated that “graphene waves” are the phenomenon that opens the way for humanity to master the energy of “endless” radiation fields of the invisible spectrum. It was about this mechanism for generating electricity that Professor Thibado (University of Arkansas) spoke several years ago in an interview with Research Frontiers: “This is the key to using the movement of 2D materials as a source of inexhaustible energy. The tandem vibrations cause ripples in the graphene sheet, which makes it possible to extract energy from the surrounding space using the latest nanotechnology.”
Scientists from the scientific and technological company Neutrino Energy Group, who created a nanomaterial from alternating layers of graphene and doped silicon, managed to find the “key” to generating electricity from the use of graphene movement in a 3D plane. Such a nanomaterial deposited on a metal foil made it possible to obtain a voltage of 1.5 V and a current of 2 A from a plate 200×300 mm in size, and the side of the foil with the applied nanomaterial became the positive pole, and the reverse side of the foil without the nanomaterial became the negative pole.
This is a truly fateful discovery, despite the fact that the general scientific community has not yet fully appreciated its global significance for solving the problems of emission-free power generation and electromobility.
The functionality of the technology and the characteristics declared in patent No. EP3265850A1 are confirmed by many independent examinations. In particular, at the beginning of January 2021, it became known about the confirming results of an independent examination commissioned by the Daimler automobile concern by Professor Victoria Martin, a member of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences.
Successfully conducted laboratory studies of Neutrinovoltaic technology and the findings of reputable scientific centers have made it possible, starting from 2021, to move on to the industrial implementation of the technology. So at the end of 2023 – beginning of 2024, it is planned to start commercial production of the first fuel-free power generators Neutrino Power Cubeswith a power of 5-6 kW, which do not have a single rotating part, in contrast to fuel-free generators developed by a number of inventors based on magnetic and electromagnetic fields. Features and wide adaptability of Neutrinovoltaic technology allow it to be used especially for the needs of electromobility. To meet this challenge, Neutrino Energy Group, a science and technology company, has entered into joint work agreements with the Indian company Materials Center for Electronic Technology (C-MET) in Pune, a leading government laboratory of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), headed by CEO Dr. Bharat Bhanudas Kale is a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry in London, one of the most famous scientists in the world in the field of energy and materials, as well as SPEL Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is the first and currently the only manufacturer of supercapacitors and their advanced versions in India. The company is also an industry partner for COERB, a MeitY-CMET initiative. Dr. Rajendrakumar Sharma, CEO of SPEL Technologies, has been called the “father of supercapacitors”. At a press conference organized by the Indian side in early February 2023, Holger Thorsten Schubart announced the development of a self-charging Pi electric vehicle for 3 years and the initial investment for this project in the amount of 2.5 billion euros. called the “father of supercapacitors”. At a press conference organized by the Indian side in early February 2023, Holger Thorsten Schubart announced the development of a self-charging Pi electric vehicle for 3 years and the initial investment for this project in the amount of 2.5 billion euros. called the “father of supercapacitors”. At a press conference organized by the Indian side in early February 2023, Holger Thorsten Schubart announced the development of a self-charging Pi electric vehicle for 3 years and the initial investment for this project in the amount of 2.5 billion euros.
The creation of new nanomaterials and their application opens up great opportunities for modern scientists, researchers and industry in the field of creating technologies that will forever abandon the use of fossil fuels.
Author: Rumyantsev L.K., Ph.D.