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The current situation in the energy sector in the EU makes experts wonder on what grounds EU leaders continue to talk about further accelerating the energy transition and developing green energy in the current circumstances.

Extreme temperatures and severe climate change have reduced the share of green power generation and demanded more gas-fired capacity. The share of renewables in power generation in Germany, for example, fell to 39% on 31.08.22, although it had been 53% since the beginning of the year. Wind generation in Europe fell to its lowest level of 2022 in August, accounting for only 10.08% of total generation, data from WindEurope show.

There is nothing surprising in these figures, any expert will tell you that dependence on weather conditions is the Achilles’ heel of solar and wind generation, and the past hot and dry summer not only in Europe, but in Russia and China showed that hydro generation and even nuclear power depend on the amount of rainfall. It would be interesting to know where the EU’s €300bn investment, announced by the Head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen on 29 August 2022, will be invested to finance the transition to green energy and phase-out of Russian fuel? If we are talking about all the same wind turbines, this will not solve the EU’s energy problems.

Holger Thorsten Schubart, president of the science and technology company Neutrino Energy Group, is convinced that “not only should we invest in solar and wind power, but also in new power generation technologies that have already been developed and are in the industrial implementation stage. For such companies, at the very least, it would be worthwhile to considerably reduce the tax burden, which would help to get industrial production up and running more quickly.

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Such an investment would not only pay for itself in the coming years, but it would also create high-tech jobs, not only in the EU but worldwide, and enable a “green transition” at a faster pace. And not only in Germany and the EU, but also in countries like Russia, where energy is a basic necessity and must be accessible to all. It should be noted that Neutrino Energy Group is one of the most successful companies working in the field of alternative energy, it has gone through the most difficult way from the development of Neutrinovoltaic technology to generate electricity under the influence of invisible radiation fields, including neutrinos, and financing work at this stage to selling licenses to partners in various countries, including Russia, ready to establish local production of Neutrino Power Cubes of 5-10 kWh.

One question that is often asked is why the Neutrino Energy Group itself does not manufacture Neutrino Power Cubes? Holger Thorsten Schubart explains it as follows: “The production of Neutrino Power Cubes is an important, but not the only implementation of Neutrinovoltaic technology. Improving and adapting the Neutrinovoltaic technology we have created is ambitious, painstaking and multifaceted work.

We are conducting, for example, a series of development activities today to create the Car Pi, an electric vehicle whose body will generate electricity itself to generate traction power while the electric vehicle is in motion, and the surplus energy generated will be used to charge a small battery pack to compensate for the lack of power when starting and performing additional manoeuvres. Such development work has already been underway for 2 years with the Indian research centre C-MET with support from the Indian government.

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Such large-scale work required serious funding on our part. In addition, scientific research and the creation of the Pi electric vehicle are more ambitious and meaningful tasks for us than the independent production of Neutrino Power Cubes. It should also be said that the construction of even a few plants will not affect the electricity production balance much. Therefore, we have defined a development strategy for Neutrino Energy Group so that we do all the research and development work and industrial production will be carried out by partner companies that have the desire to work with us, have the experience and the financial capacity to license the production of industrial products using Neutrinovoltaic technology.

We believe that almost every country should have a production facility using Neutrinovoltaic technology. I am very happy that the first such production facility in Switzerland will begin licensed commercial production of Neutrino Power Cubes in 2023. And I very much hope that other country will also start producing Neutrino Power Cubes in 2024; at any rate, recently a renowned company has acquired a licence to manufacture such products, and we will provide advice and practical assistance in setting up industrial-scale production.

Neutrino Power Cubes are a power source that consists of interconnected modules. The power output depends on the number of modules in the power source. A module is a set of densely packed wafers enclosed in an insulated casing. The wafers are metal foil with a multi-layer nanomaterial consisting of graphene and doped silicon applied to one side. The side with the nanomaterial applied is positively charged, while the side without the nanomaterial is negatively charged, allowing the wafers to be securely joined together in a module.

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Neutrino Energy is truly the power of the future and the reality of modern energy generation, and it is all thanks to the Neutrino Energy Group’s efforts and its impressive neutrinovoltaic technology. Humanity now has a long-awaited and trustworthy solution to the current energy crisis. Due to their hard work, more substantial changes will take place, and hopefully others will follow in their footsteps, and we will live in a better and more environmentally friendly world in the years to come.

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