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Tag: Neutrino Energy

Daimler is targeting neutrino voltaics for self-charging electric cars

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A master's thesis from Stockholm for a patent on energy change A master's thesis from the Royal Technical University (KTH) in Stockholm is stirring up dust. It is about the applicability of neutrinos, which could initiate a revolutionary turn for the automotive industry. The work, initiated by Daimler AG, makes people sit up and take notice in several ways. It's about nothing more or less than a future of electromobility. Read More>>

Germany and India create a self-charging electric Pi Car powered by NEUTRINOVOLTAIC technology

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A new partnership between one of the world's leading Institutes in the field of research and development of electronic materials, the scientific center C-MET (India) and the Neutrino Energy Group (headquartered in Berlin) has been announced. The Neutrino Energy Group has created a technology for converting environmental energy (using an innovative composite material built with graphene) into electric current. Together the two partners are now a step closer to one. Read More>>

The Neutrinovoltaic Paradigm Will Support Global Financial Stability

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As is apparent with the rise of cryptocurrency and the consumerization of the stock market, we are in the midst of a revolutionary change in global financial systems. With hyperinflation a very real possibility on the horizon, the Neutrino Energy Group intends to shore up the world’s economic infrastructure with abundant access to energy.  The World Economy Orbits Energy: In the wake of the establishment of the petrodollar in the. Read More>>

Neutrino Energy Will Make Renewable Energy Targets Safer and More Realistic

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The Neutrino Energy Group was founded to develop a source of truly sustainable and reliable renewable energy. Blinded by unreasonably simpli?ed policies and unrealistic goals, many proponents of renewable energy are contributing to the world's energy crises instead of solving them. According to new research from the University of Queensland published in ScienceDaily, quantitative renewable energy targets (RETs) may be doing more harm than good as we do our best. Read More>>

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