Neutrinovoltaic® Technology




What is the Neutrinovoltaic Technology?

This new form of energy generation from natural and artificial radiation energy is solved by coating metallic carrier foils with specially prepared graphene and silicon.
The metallic carrier foils have a thickness between 0.05 and 4 mm. The technical innovation lies in the creation of a multilayer nanomaterial with an increased amount of atomic vibrations. The multilayer nanomaterial consists of between 10 and 20 combined nanolayers. A Neutrinovoltaic film developed in the laboratory according to the patent publication, US 2018/0053941 A1 in DIN A4 by the Neutrino Energy Group has a power output between 2.5 and 3 watts. These Neutrinovoltaic films can be packed and used as modules according to the construction scheme.



Automation process and coating technology

In order to realize a transfer from laboratory work to industry, the complex coating processes need to be automated.
The first pre-industrial coating machine was developed for this purpose.

With 2 times 6 layers or a total of 12 combination layers, the process needs 1200 cycles per hour. The coating machine is continuously run through the automation process with plasma technology (plasma coating).