The Neutrino Energy Group works with numerous international research centers and a global team of researchers, which address the conversion of the sun’s invisible radiation spectra, application research, and among other things the neutrinos—high-energy particles that continuously reach the earth—in electric power.
In contrast to the widespread opinion, photovoltaic cells are capable of producing energy even in cloudy conditions. Nevertheless, such kinds of energy-producing cells do not work based on heat. The visible spectrum produced by the sun powers solar panels, and these solar rays reach the earth despite cloudy conditions.
Solar panels, on the other hand, are relatively more effective during the summer months when compared to the winter months. Most often, it is assumed that the effectiveness of photovoltaic arrays is three times more during the summer period when compared to the cold, dark winters. It is also believed that in the Northern Hemisphere, solar panels reach their peak output between May and September months.
During the winter period, it is important that huge photovoltaic arrays are pointed directly toward the sun in order to produce a usable amount of electricity. A majority of households lack the space to put such an array into action, and it is usually impossible to alter the angle of solar panels mounted on roofs.
Energy Technology that Can't Work in the Snow and Dark
Although photovoltaic cells can still generate energy during the winter months, the operation of these energy-producing devices can be fully blocked by one of the most usual types of winter weather phenomena—snow.
When snow builds up on top of photovoltaic cells, they cannot make contact with the sun’s rays, thus making solar power almost useless in places that are often associated with heavy winter snowfall.
Photovoltaic potential can be regained eventually if a solar array is arranged in such a way that the snow slides off easily. However, when snow accumulates on the surface of solar cells, photovoltaic cells are only handy when they are coupled with expensive energy storage technologies.
Storing Photovoltaic Energy is Another Flaw
Currently, investing in refrigerator-sized battery systems is the only way to store a practical amount of photovoltaic energy. Such lead-acid or lithium-ion batteries occupy more amounts of space than is readily available in the majority of business locations and houses. Moreover, the materials costs and installation of these battery arrays can be exorbitantly high, that is, $12,000.
The key purpose of these costly battery systems is to make sure that sufficient energy is available for a household to use it throughout the night until the photovoltaic array begins to work again in the morning. However, if the energy offered by these battery systems is not adequate, then the traditional energy grid would need to be used until enough photovoltaic power is produced.
Neutrinovoltaic Energy Provides the Solution
While it is practical for many homeowners to get sufficient solar energy to cover a home’s electricity requirements, neutrinovoltaic technology offers a new solution that works endlessly. Rather than drawing energy from the light’s visible spectrum, the neutrinovoltaic technology created by the Neutrino Energy Group draws electrical energy from neutrinos, which are invisible particles bombarding the Earth in approximately equal numbers every moment of every day.
In addition, the untapped power of electrosmog can be harnessed by neutrinovoltaic technology. Electrosmog is the electromagnetic energy created by artificial electronic devices. Designed by the Neutrino Energy Group, this breakthrough technology harvests a negligible amount of the kinetic energy of neutrinos as they travel through every visible thing. This kinetic energy is subsequently converted into electricity.
Stackable and Scalable Neutrinovoltaic Modules
With the help of CEO Holger Thorsten Schubart, the Neutrino Energy Group has developed a metamaterial made up of layers of ultra-thin silicon and graphene. When this material is fixed to a metallic substrate, it vibrates as it is hit by neutrinos. Since horizontal vibration and vertical vibration are induced simultaneously, a resonance is produced that can be subsequently changed into electrical energy.
Neutrinovoltaic technology works fully autonomously from daily weather patterns or seasonal shifts. Neutrinos continuously collide with the Earth, which implies that neutrinovoltaic cells are capable of working even at night. One can horizontally scale neutrinovoltaic cells across a surface, like a hillside or a rooftop, similar to photovoltaic technology.
However, the difference between these two energy collection technologies lies in their vertical scalability. Solar cells will work as long as they are not blocked from the sun’s rays, meaning they cannot be stacked on top of one another.
However, neutrinovoltaic cells do not suffer from this design defect, implying that they can be arranged as high as possible, with the bottom cells producing equal amounts of electrical power as the neutrinovoltaic cells on top.
The Future of Neutrino Energy
Neutrinovoltaic energy can also work underground. While rock and soil stop most types of radiation, neutrinos travel directly via the Earth, and only some materials are known to prevent the motion of these ethereal particles.
Since neutrinovoltaic cells are very small, they can be deployed anywhere—either on the underground or the surface of the Earth. Hence, this unique technology also stops the destruction of natural scenery induced by wind farms and solar cells.
Currently, neutrinovoltaic technology has been shown to work in lab settings, and Schubart and his group at the Neutrino Energy Group are working hard to create a consumer-grade product that will be handy in a wide range of applications.
Initially, neutrinovoltaic energy will be utilized to power pacemakers, laptops, smartphones, and many other tiny devices, but eventually, this energy technology could be scaled up to the point that it can span the electrical requirements of appliances and all other types of power-drawing device used within a household.
Neutrino energy is different from photovoltaic technology and can work even when there are no sun rays. Hence, a world in which industrial equipment and trucks powered by neutrino energy would soon become a reality. Neutrinos have traveled through the infinite darkness to reach the people on Earth, and now it's time for them to apply these ghostly particles to light up the future of humanity.