The visit to India by a delegation from Neutrino Energy Group generated so much interest among the business elite and so much media and television coverage that the Indian organisers of the visit held a special press conference in Pune with a delegation from Neutrino Energy Group, led by the company president, mathematician Holger Thorsten Schubart, and representatives from the country’s leading media.
Such widespread attention to the visit by the Neutrino Energy Group delegation is understandable, as the joint project to develop and produce the Pi electric vehicle will make India a country with a unique technology and dictate the direction of development in the field of electric mobility. It is about developing a groundbreaking new concept for generating tractive power and charging the electric vehicle. The body of the Pi electric vehicle will “harvest” energy from the environment and consist of a system of energy converters and superchargers. Such a self-charging electric vehicle does not require charging from centralised power supply lines, and there is no need to additionally increase power generation from burning fossil fuels, primarily coal, in this case in India.
The energy converters are created using Neutrinovoltaic technology developed and patented by Neutrino Energy Group. At a press conference held for the Indian press, Mr Holger Thorsten Schubart named an investment of €2.5 billion for the project and announced plans to develop the Pi electric vehicle within 3 years. Neutrino Energy Group and its Neutrinovoltaic technology is well known in Europe, but for the Indian public, the many opportunities associated with its practical application are a revelation, although Indian scientists from the Centre for Materials for Electronic Technologies (C-MET) in Pune, a leading government laboratory of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) have been involved in collaborative work with Neutrino Energy Group for 2 years and are well aware of the Neutrinovoltaic technology. C-MET is known for its rich experience in advanced metamaterials and is headed by CEO Dr Bharat Bhanudas Kale – Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in London and one of the world’s foremost scientists in the field of energy and materials.
To demonstrate the results of Neutrinovoltaic technology in the field of Neutrinovoltaic electricity generation, scientists in many countries around the world have produced test power generating plates with “Freestanding Graphene” in closed laboratories according to guidelines developed by Neutrino Energy Group. Some results even surpassed previously published results for a 200x300mm power generating plate, showing 1.5V voltage and 2A current. The optimal number of layers of graphene-silicon applied to the metal foil is 12, but a maximum of 20 layers is allowed, further increasing the number of layers leads to a reduction in the power generated by the plate. The power of electricity generation depends on the frequency and amplitude of oscillations of the graphene atoms, which are part of the nanomaterial, and is optimally 75%. The oscillations of the graphene atoms depend on the thermal (Brownian) motion of the atoms and the influence of particles of the surrounding radiation fields, including neutrinos with mass, and are expressed as the appearance of “graphene” waves, which are observed through a microscope with high resolution. When layers of graphene and doped silicon alternate in the nanomaterial created by Neutrino Energy Group, an effect that physicists call ‘oblique scattering’ occurs, where clouds of electrons deflect their motion in one direction.
Additionally, Neutrino Energy Group announced an investment agreement with SPEL Technologies Pvt. Ltd., which will participate in the development and production of the required energy storage devices for integration with power converters in Pi electric vehicles and other technical applications. SPEL Technologies Pvt. Ltd. – India’s first and currently only manufacturer of supercapacitors and their advanced versions. The company is also an industrial partner of COERB, a MeitY-CMET initiative. Dr Rajendrakumar Sharma, director of SPEL Technologies, has been called the “father of supercapacitors”. He also serves on the scientific advisory board of Neutrino Energy Group. Holger Thorsten Schubart acknowledges the invaluable help and active involvement in the Pi electric vehicle project of Dr. Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar – rector of India’s Nalanda University, a computer scientist, developer of the Indian national superfast computer programme and creator of the PARAM supercomputer.
The creation of the self-charging Pi electric vehicle will put an end to the debate over the true eco-friendliness of electric vehicles. The joint project is supported by the Indian government as it marks a significant step forward in the development of clean and sustainable energy sources. Putting Neutrinovoltaic technology into practice will not only reduce dependence on fossil fuels and associated carbon emissions, but it will also create jobs, which will give an additional boost to the development and growth of the Indian economy.
Translation from Russian, original article can be found here: Определён срок появления самозаряжающегося Pi электромобиля – 3 года