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The world is on its way to climate hell

Europe experienced the hottest and driest summer in 500 years. “We are on the highway to climate hell, and our foot is on the gas pedal,” UN Secretary-General António Guterres said at the opening of the COP27 climate conference in Egypt. In his opinion, the Planet is rapidly approaching a turning point when "climatic chaos" will become irreversible.Climate cataclysms have also affected Russia.

The hot and dry summer was accompanied by forest fires and significant carbon dioxide emissions, even though Russia had a record grain harvest. No state can live in isolation, in its own separate protected world. If the average annual temperature continues to rise, the whole world will feel the critical effects of climate change, although Polish President Andrzej Duda said at the UN climate summit in Egypt that the people of Poland and the EU are more interested in their standard of living than in achieving climate goals.

Now all attention is focused on the geopolitical confrontation between Russia and Western countries. The EU countries seem to have “forgotten” about the climate threat, increasing coal energy generation. And it will make itself felt in the coming years. Severe inflation, disruption of supply chains make it difficult to switch to environmentally friendly technologies, increasing the cost of production of solar and wind energy facilities, which already have serious technological disadvantages, as well as the lack of technologies for processing spent solar panels and wind turbine blades.

It is well known that solar and wind power generation have a very serious drawback - dependence on weather conditions and, as a result, work in a "torn" mode. To smooth out such “ragged” power generation, it is necessary to increase the capacity of gas generation, which is contrary to plans to phase out fossil fuels. In addition, the higher the proportion of these types of generation, the more expensive such “smoothing”. It has been calculated that with a 30% share of solar and wind generation in the total energy balance, the energy system is destabilized, and even equalization with the help of gas generation becomes less effective. Without energy buffering systems, such further development is already difficult.

That is why more and more people talk about hydrogen energy today. However, along with the purely technological problems of obtaining, transporting, storing and distributing hydrogen, as well as the financial component, no attention is paid to the fact that the hydrogen combustion reaction is 2H2 + O2 = 2H20, i.e. this means not just water droplets from the exhaust pipe of a car, but the consumption of oxygen from the atmosphere. Will there be a situation with large-scale hydrogen power generation, hydrogen transport and the refusal to burn fossil fuels, when carbon dioxide emissions will drastically decrease, and, as you know, oxygen appears as a result of photosynthesis of plants and forests, where CO2 absorption is in the chain, will the in this regard, the production of oxygen with its simultaneous absorption during the mass combustion of hydrogen? And won't this, however paradoxical it sounds, lead to the fact that the fight against carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere will provoke a sharp decrease in oxygen in it, given that massive deforestation is taking place all over the planet? I wonder if scientists - climatologists asked themselves such a question and whether such a variant was calculated?

The history of the technological development of mankind shows that if there is a need to solve a problem, it will always be found, so there should be no doubt that in the coming decades, science and industry will offer new technological possibilities for energy production. Even today, the foundations of the energy system of the 21st and early 22nd centuries are clearly emerging. This is no doubt a symbiosis of various power generation technologies: nuclear energy, a certain proportion of solar and wind, hydro generation, possibly tidal, as well as new types of generation, the development of which is either in the final stage of research, or at the stage of starting industrial implementation. These include thermonuclear fusion and Neutrinovoltaic power generation. Scientists from various countries have been engaged in thermonuclear fusion for several decades, solving the most complex technological problems step by step, but, most likely, it will take several more decades to create an industrial operating installation.

But work on the industrial production of Neutrinovoltaic power sources, developed by the scientific and technological company Neutrino Energy Group, is in the final stage.Already at the end of 2023 - beginning of 2024, licensed production of fuelless generators (FGs) of "free energy" Neutrino Power Cubes with a net power of 5-10 kWh will begin in Switzerland. For many specialists and ordinary people, energy is gigawatts of generated energy, the more power that an energy block produces into the overall system, the more developed the country becomes.

I think this is still a misconception. Currently, half of the new houses in Europe are equipped with solar panels, and the percentage of new homes with solar panels installed will increase, as this is enshrined in legislation in many countries.This means that every home should have rechargeable batteries, most likely lithium batteries, which are expensive and environmentally damaging to recycle.

Power generation from FG Neutrino Power Cube does not require the installation of batteries, because their work is based on other principles and does not depend on weather conditions.Power generation is carried out evenly throughout the day, and such sources are referred to as sources of guaranteed power supply.

Holger Thorsten Schubart, president of the science and technology company Neutrino Energy Group
Holger Thorsten Schubart, president of the science and technology company Neutrino Energy Group

The principle of operation of Neutrino Power Cube FG, made on the basis of Neutrinovoltaic technology, is to use a special multilayer composite material invented by the company, consisting of alternating layers of graphene and doped silicon.The optimal composition of such a material assumes the presence of 12 alternating graphene-silicon layers with a total ratio of 75/25%.

“The idea of ​​creating a material for generating electric current under the influence of the thermal Brownian motion of graphene atoms and particles of the surrounding radiation fields of the invisible radiation spectrum,” according to the president of the Neutrino Energy Group, Mr. Holger Thorsten Schubart, “has existed for a long time, since the flow of such particles falling on Earth, stable around the clock and does not depend on weather conditions. The task was to create a highly sensitive material that could respond to the impact of such particles and cause a directed movement of electrons. The discovery of graphene and the study of its properties made it possible for a group of our scientists to create such a material.”

FG Neutrino Power Cube with a net power of 5-6 kW will be produced in the form of an electrical panel (cabinet), which will conditionally be divided into 2 sections: an electric generating section, where the electric generating modules are located, and a section for installing a control system. The generating compartment has a size of 800x400x600 mm and a weight of about 50 kg. The control system section will house inverters for converting the generated DC into AC with a voltage of 220 V and 380 V, there is also a DC connector for direct connection of computers and various devices and gadgets. The functional, operational and price characteristics of the FG Neutrino Power Cube outperform the operation of solar panels and comply with all environmental standards.

The introduction of new environmental technologies is certainly a long process, but the first steps towards the introduction of Neutrinovoltaic FGs have already been taken, this gives a reasonable hope that the world will not plunge into climate hell.

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