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Neutrinovoltaic technology, the solution of the present?

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As can be seen at this time on the planet there is a growing demand for ecological energy. Many developed countries are looking for new technologies and ecological solutions to be able to supply themselves with clean electrical energy.

In the case of hydrogen, an increase in production is observed worldwide. The use of HYDROGEN is given in the following way, 55% of its production is used for the manufacture of ammonia, 25% of the hydrogen is also used to be used in the refining of petroleum and a little less 10% in the manufacture of methanol, only the remaining 10% is used as fuel.

Hydrogen has a problem that is difficult to solve for now, and it concerns production costs at an industrial level, hydrogen produced from electrolysis is at least 2 times more expensive than hydrogen produced from natural gas . That is why it has never been profitable until now. Today the sources of renewable energy production are experiencing a moment of great expansion, but their great weakness is intermittence, since they do not always generate electricity when it is most required, other times instead they generate more electricity than the system demands, and This is when the role of hydrogen comes into play, the surplus electricity generated by wind and photovoltaic installations can be used to generategreen hydrogen whose only emission into the atmosphere is water vapor. More and more companies are beginning to see this system as viable and even more so in the face of escalating electricity prices, coupled with the dreaded increase in carbon emissions into the atmosphere. This hydrogen storage would allow it to be used for the production of heat for homes and for public transport, thus alleviating a market saturated with internal combustion engines.



Hydrogen vehicles

Hydrogen vehicles can work with a combustion engine similar to that of gasoline, however the most suitable option is the so-called fuel cells. What advantages do they have compared to conventional batteries? The answer is given by the chairman of the board of the German fuel cell association HYDROGEN, physicist Werner Diwald. The great advantage and also the great difference compared to electric batteries is that the storage capacities of HYDROGEN are much higher, it can be transported very easily and that will play a more important role as there is more renewable energy . But it is known that to obtain wind energy it has to blow winds and to obtain photovoltaic energySunlight is necessary and what is really sought is to have a constant energy supply 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in this sense HYDROGEN will play an increasingly predominant role in the future. Since what is sought is to have a more favorable situation with respect to decarbonising the environment , there is some interest in hydrogen technology and fuel cells.


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The neutrinovoltaic electricity solution

Analogous to the wind where energy from the air is used to turn the rotor blades, Neutrinos set an extremely dense surface in atomic oscillations through their impact. A special material amplifies the subatomic vibrations caused by Neutrinos in resonances in several layers of a high vacuum doped graphene nanomaterial. At first, the difficulty to catch the trajectories of the Neutrinos was to devise a super material that has the ability to channel and slow down the trajectory of the Neutrinos and to be able to put them into microvibrations through a perfect geometry.But thanks to the advances of the best materials physicists from the most prestigious world universities, the necessary advances have been achieved to build and manufacture the appropriate nanomaterials to generate electrical energy by taking advantage of the passage of Neutrinos.

At the Neutrino Energy Group institute run by Dr. Holger Thorsen Shubart in Berlin Germany, these fantastic technologies are taking shape and great strides are being made to manufacture electrical appliances that run on neutrinovoltaic technology.

At the Neutrino Energy Group institute run by Dr. Holger Thorsen Shubart in Berlin Germany, these fantastic technologies are taking shape and great strides are being made to manufacture electrical appliances that run on neutrinovoltaic technology. Mobile phones, notebooks, watches and other devices will be able to count on this technology, and from these developments, these devices will be able to do without plugs, being able to constantly work with neutrinovoltaic energy, which will increase their operating capacity in any circumstance and place even in places without conventional grid electricity.

Without a doubt, the future is today with neutrinovoltaic technology.


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