Neutrinovoltaic nanoelectric power generators will be produced in Russia
After optimistic congratulations on the New Year 2022 and a joyful feast, it's time to think critically about the real prospects for the future: the coming years promise to be very difficult, which is associated not only with the pandemic, but also with a drop in the standard of living of the population, which is typical not only for the post-Soviet republics, but also for developed countries. A sharp rise in energy prices in economically prosperous countries not only increases inflation, but also leads to the closure or limitation of output in energy-intensive industries. As a result, the most vulnerable segments of the population suffer.
But the situation in Russia and the post-Soviet republics is even more critical: any price increases against the background of low wages mean not just a decrease in living standards, but lead to a miserable existence. Various additional payments from the state for children and pensioners, of course, help to survive these difficult times, but the strategic task of the state is that the population should have a job and a decent wage, which is directly related to the need to move away from the resource-based economy.
Of course, it is easy to say, but it is difficult to carry out this process, because to maintain the internal stability of any state, financial resources are needed right now, and they cannot be replaced by promises of a brighter future. The turmoil in Kazakhstan shows all the precariousness of the state structure, based mainly on a resource-based economy.
Unfortunately, Russian business structures, with some exceptions, are not interested in investing in high-tech business, since in this case they will have to compete with foreign suppliers. It is much easier to invest free capital in a business that gives a quick return on investment, and this is mainly a business that is somehow related to mining.
Therefore, the investment of large investments by domestic companies in the Russian economy, not related to the extraction of minerals, is a very significant event.
In this context, one should cite as an example the information that appeared at the very end of 2021 that a joint venture was being created in Russia with the participation of the German company Neutrino Deutschland GmbH and the St. Tikhon Charitable Foundation, called Progressus Neutrino.Investments in the Russian economy will amount to billions of euros and will be directed to the construction of plants for the production of Neutrinovoltaic nanogenerators that convert the energy of the surrounding radiation fields into electricity.
The electric power industry is a strategic industry that determines all economic processes in the state, but harsh climatic conditions, especially in Siberia, as well as large-scale territories of the state, make the Russian electric power market extremely attractive for investment, including for the supply of finished products to third countries. It should be noted that the electricity generation market in any country is basically monopolized and is under strict supervision of various regulators, while the introduction of Neutrinovoltaic nanogenerators is not subject to such regulators, since only the consumer himself will decide whether to use such an autonomous electricity generator or remain dependent on centralized power supply.
К несомненным плюсам Neutrinovoltaic наногенераторов относится прежде всего - возможность обеспечивать гарантированное электроснабжение днем и ночью, т.к. электрогенерация происходит 24 часа в сутки и 365 дней в году вне зависимости от погодных условий; отсутствие каких-либо вращающихся деталей, что означает отсутствие шума, отсутствие эксплуатационных затрат и постоянное наличие «сырья» для энергогенерации за счёт используемых энергетических полей и излучений невидимого спектра природного и искусственного происхождения.
The joint venture plans to manufacture Neutrinovoltaic nanogenerators with a discrete power of 5 kW or more, which will provide consumers with enough power to organize not only electricity, but also heat supply, and at very competitive prices.
When fully loaded, the Neutrinovoltaic nanogenerator is able to recoup its production costs in 3-4 years and provide maximum comfort for consumers.There is no doubt that the state will be interested in the widest possible implementation of this innovative development for several reasons:
• There is no need to build and maintain a centralized system of electricity and heat supply, which allows saving serious amounts of public funds and directing them to other tasks;
• Provide comfortable living conditions for the population in remote areas and rural areas, which gives a chance to slow down the outflow of population from rural areas to big cities and Moscow, in particular;
• Will allow switching to power generation without burning fossil fuels with zero emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
The plans of the joint venture "Progressus Neutrino" in the future - to establish the production of Pi electric vehicles with built-in Neutrinovoltaic current sources.Such an electric vehicle is being developed by Neutrino Deutschland GmbH together with the C-MET (India) scientific center, which is a leader in the field of metamaterials, with the support of the Government of India.Neutrino Deutschland GmbH is also starting to develop such an electric vehicle at the development stage at its production site in Frankfurt an der Oder.
“Our goal is to give people products that are truly environmentally friendly in terms of the energy generation process itself.We want to help stabilize the energy situation that we are facing in reality and contribute to solving global climate problems on our Planet by creating clean, safe and emission-free Neutrinovoltaic power generators,” said Holger Thorsten Schubart, CEO of Neutrino Deutschland GmbH.
“It is difficult to overestimate the importance of organizing the production of Neutrinovoltaic power sources for the Russian economy, we will provide the market with an alternative system of electricity and heat supply, as well as create new highly qualified jobs and invest in the construction of an innovative economy in Russia,” notes Shishkin S.V.,Chairman of the Board of the St. Tikhon Charitable Foundation.