It is common knowledge that only a small percentage of scientists have the ability to create novel scientific concepts and produce significant discoveries. These individuals are essential in today’s world, when technical autonomy is more crucial to the health and even the very survival of a nation’s economy. Recent events like the energy crisis, which is wreaking havoc on the global economy, have once again shown unequivocally that the energy sector is the most crucial one. Especially in a context of political or military conflict, the decades-old structure of the nation’s electrical supply, which is built on the production of huge power plants with a network of transformer power substations, is extremely vulnerable. Modern man cannot survive without electricity, especially in megacities, where it suddenly paralyzes all livelihoods and industry.
The power supply system is more resilient the more autonomous and decentralized the power generation system is, but due to limited fossil fuel reserves and the negative effects of such power generation on the dynamics of rising average annual temperatures, which would soon turn significant portions of the Earth into habitats uninhabitable for humans, it shouldn’t be based on fossil fuel technologies. Building a distributed power generating system is a slow evolutionary change that will most likely involve inventive revolutionary power generation methods and the usage of new materials. Energy investments are still a few decades away, so this transition will take place gradually over time.
The strategy of converting to electric mobility will require more electricity to be produced, and weather-dependent wind turbines and solar power stations cannot be guaranteed sources of electricity supply, i.e., they can be seen as an intermediate alternative energy option due to the lack of other more technological solutions that aim to move sources of electricity generation pollution away from human settlements. The total harm to the climate, though, won’t diminish. In a very short amount of time, mankind must develop a solution for a carbon-neutral electrical source. This is the area in which scientific thought must focus. On the surface, this seems like a difficult endeavor that might rely on current power generation techniques, which won’t be able to stop the dynamics of rising sea levels, desertification of enormous swaths of land, melting glaciers, and avalanche-like surges of refugees brought on by climate change.
The world needs a new Nikola Tesla who would develop “free energy” technology since it is only through this form of energy production that humans will be able to ultimately find a substitute for the usage of oil and gas, which harms the environment irreparably. Many researchers are working on fuel-free generators (FGEs) that produce “free energy,” but the majority of them concentrate on producing “free energy” FGEs via the action of permanent magnets on a rotating flywheel, which calls for fine-tuning. Even though there has been a lot of work put into the design, it cannot be mass produced for reasons that are unknown. While it is important to support any plans for distributed power generation, simply inventing generators won’t cut it; they must also be introduced and industrially mass-produced. Furthermore, the introduction can only be accomplished through retail sales to supply individual families; it is naive to think that “free energy” BTGs will be appealing to the power grid, which buys electricity in bulk.
Serious market prospects await “free energy” BTGs that have no rotating parts and do not require constant maintenance. An example of this is the Neutrino Power Cubes generators developed by the Neutrino Energy Group, a research and development company based on Neutrinovoltaic technology under the leadership of president Holger Thorsten Schubart. The know-how behind the development is the multilayer nanomaterial made of alternating layers of graphene and doped silicon deposited on a metal foil. An electrically generating wafer with dimensions of 200 x 300 mm generates a voltage of 1.5 V and a current of 2 A. Applying a multi-layer coating to one side of the foil produces different poles: the coated side has a positive pole and the uncoated side a negative pole. This allows them to be placed on top of each other and pressed together to form a secure series connection of the plates.
It has been scientifically proven that graphene can only sustainably exist in the 3D plane due to the peculiarities of its crystal lattice. A group of scientists from the University of Arkansas in an independent study confirmed and substantiated the previously announced by the scientific and technological company Neutrino Energy Group discovery of the unique phenomenon that graphene-based nanomaterials can become a virtually inexhaustible source of clean energy, and showed that the wave-like vibrations of the graphene film and is this inexhaustible source. A very significant discovery was made – a wave in graphene, like waves on the surface of the sea, arising from a combination of small spontaneous motions and leading to larger spontaneous motions. The effect of the thermal Brownian motion of the graphene atoms as well as the effect of particles of the surrounding radiation fields, primarily neutrinos, having a mass, summing up with the displacements of other atoms, causes the appearance of surface waves with horizontal polarisation, known in acoustics as Lyav waves. Due to the peculiarities of the crystal lattice of graphene, its atoms oscillate as if in tandem, which distinguishes such motions from the spontaneous motions of molecules in liquids.
The Neutrino Power Cube with a net capacity of 5-6 kW will be produced in the form of an electrical panel (cabinet), which will be conditionally divided into 2 compartments: a generating compartment, where the electric generating modules are placed, and a compartment for the installation of the control system. The generating compartment has dimensions of 800x400x600 mm and weighs approximately 50 kg. The control system would include inverters to convert the generated DC power into AC 230 V and 400V. There is also a DC socket for direct connection of computers and various appliances and gadgets. As of today, the calculated price of such a “free energy” generator, estimated by the Swiss company that will dull the licensed production of Neutrino Power Cubes at the end of 2023 or beginning of 2024, is 11,000 euros. Under European market conditions, this cost allows the buyer to recoup the cost within 2-3 years.
The introduction of this new technology marks the beginning of a reformation of the energy supply system in favour of new green technologies and the start of the process of forming an autonomous distributed energy supply system – a crucial factor for the economy of any state and the well-being of mankind in any crisis situation.