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So-called neutrino voltaics / cells / technology or motionless, self-running, and zero emission electrical DC generators from the company Neutrino 

Creation date 7 November 2021

Last update 6 February 2022

The foundation of the so-called neutrino voltaics is a special physical phenomenon which was / is observed by several researchers and inventors such as Skenderbeg Klaiqi [1] , namely that a proper metal foil with an appropriate coating generates a small and permanent DC voltage and power.

Website of the company Neutrino Deutschland GmbH: https://neutrino-energy.com

On 11 September 2021 Holger Thorsten Schubart and Rainer Beyer from the company Neutrino Deutschland GmbH in Berlin in Germany presented a German-language talk in Zurich in Switzerland about the so-called neutrino voltaics / cells / technology. This event was organized by the Swiss Study Group for Free Energy SAFE (Schweizerische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Freie Energie), especially by Danielle Cesarov. Also Inge and Adolf Schneider were present and have published a German-language report about this presentation, see Ref. [1] at the bottom of this page.

Sketch of principle of the so-called neutrino voltaics / cell / technology from the author of this website

In case of appropriate materials and conditions a DC voltage U emerges between (1) and (3) and usable electrical energy and power can be extracted permanently and everywhere, i.e. this system represents a self-running and zero emission generator of DC electricity. Presently the feasible power density of such a coated foil is 3 W per 620 square centimeter (A4 size) or 50 W per square meter and several of them can be stacked. So far the company Neutrino has not yet demonstrated such a coated foil publicly but has invited others to recreate the setup and verify its function, if necessary with support or advice by the company Neutrino.

Associated and published patent application WO2016142056A1: https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2016142056A1/en . In the website https://neutrino-energy.com this patent application is still incorrectly labeled as patent (as of 14 November 2021). A patent application is of course not the same as a granted patent.

Another way to generate energy via a graphene-based device is presented in Ref. [2].

An interesting question is if there are already some ideas and studies how or why the above-sketched layer arrangement generates a DC voltage between (1) and (3). During the above-mentioned presentation on 21 September 2021 just a few German-language keywords were mentioned, namely "Elektronen werden durch ein schräges Gitter abgelenkt", i.e. electrons are deflected by a skewed lattice. It was communicated that this physical phenomenon is currently only described in Russian and not yet translated into English and / or German. The above-mentioned keywords could suggest a link with twisted bilayer graphene and its associated physical phenomena, see e.g. Ref. [3]. However, when considering the types of involved materials, their arrangement, and the associated physical phenomena, then there is no obvious connection between twisted bilayer graphene and the so-called neutrino voltaics. Another potential relation between graphene and neutrinos is the change of a specific feature or state of the neutrino - which is called flavour - when a neutrino interacts with graphene. These keywords are mentioned in Ref. [4] but its content comprises no straightforward or obvious relation between graphene and the so-called neutrino voltaics.

In the above-mentioned website of the company Neutrino and associated patent application the neutrinos, their properties, and their (potential) role for the so-called neutrino voltaics are strongly highlighted. That appears overemphasized because it is just a hypothesis that the generated energy originates somehow from the neutrinos or from an interaction with them. Even representatives from the company Neutrino admit that potentially (also) other forms of ambient energy are tapped.

The author of this website assumes that neutrinos are not or only marginally involved when considering the question from where the generated energy comes from. Instead the author of this website assumes that the above-sketched layer arrangement extracts usable energy from a hitherto untapped and everywhere available form and source of energy which is called space energy, space-time energy, vacuum energy, or ether energy. This form and source of energy is presented in https://novam-research.com/resources/information-document.pdf .

The company Neutrino and their partners have scheduled for 2023 / 2024 the advent of a serial production and commercialization of self-running and zero emission electrical generators, even if some manufacturing issues still need to be resolved and clarified. Here some of the intended specifications of the scheduled generator:

  • Dimensions 65 x 85 x 120 cm
  • Usable electric output power up to 5 kW in form of an adjustable DC voltage or 230 V AC or 380 V AC via an integrated DC / AC converter
  • Internally generated electric power up to 7 kW because up to 2 kW is used to stabilize the temperature of the system (the usable electric power generated by the so-called neutrino voltaics decreases with increasing temperature)
  • Estimated price about 15000 EUR

References and further or related information

[1]  A German-language report about the presentation by Holger Thorsten Schubart and Rainer Beyer from the company Neutrino Deutschland GmbH in Berlin in Germany on 11 September 2021 in Zurich in Switzerland is published on pages 4 - 11 in the November / December 2021 issue of the German-language journal NET-Journal (ISSN 1420-9292)

[2]  Prof. Paul Thibado from the University of Arkansas presents "Charging Capacitors using Graphene Fluctuations" (published in January 2022): https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=cFO32QWJe1c . Related short video (published in November 2017): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrleMqm3HiU

[3]  Graphene bilayers with a twist, Eva Y. Andrei and Allan H. MacDonald, Nature Materials 19 (2020), 1265 - 1275: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41563-020-00840-0

[4]  Graphene, neutrino mass and oscillation. Zhong Yue Wang (2011): https://arxiv.org/abs/0909.1856v2