Electromagnetic capacitors to drive the new era for true clean energy
Category: #energy-and-environment  By Pranali Mehta  Date: 2020-11-26
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Electromagnetic capacitors to drive the new era for true clean energy

The Neutrino Energy Group, a renowned global group of scientists that deal with application research and have a motive of finding alternative energy sources, continues to create new neutrino-based energy technologies that would alleviate the pressure away from potentially problematic clean sources of energy.

At the same time, leading energy scientists are recommending new methods to store electricity inside electromagnetic capacitors, which would significantly cut down upon battery waste and last indefinitely. Soon, such technologies would integrate to bring a new global energy era that is truly clean and fully renewable.

Alex Khitun, research engineer at UC Riverside, Marian and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering, proposed a novel method to manufacture high-capacity electromagnetic capacitors. Just like batteries, capacitors can preserve electrical energy, but existing technological restrictions prevent these capacitors from storing electricity in heavy amounts. Overloading existing capacitors results in degradation, however, Alex claims to have discovered an answer to this.

Khitun believes that integrating a compensatory inductive field into today’s capacitor technology might enable capacitors to store energy equal to gasoline. This magnetic field would further prevent capacitors from degrading over time, while also significantly enhancing the amount of energy discharged by capacitors.

Similar to neutrinovoltaic energy generation, Khitun’s electromagnetic capacitor technology is still long way away from being practical. Just as Holger Thorsten Schubart in the Neutrino Energy Group, however, Khitun has already showcased in lab experiments that his groundbreaking energy technology is comprehensively feasible. Considering this, all it needs is for the existing technological infrastructure to come up to pace.

As electromagnetic capacitors replace batteries, the daunting challenge of battery pollution would not hamper the global renewable energy sector in the future. Moreover, with the creation of practical neutrinovoltaic technologies, the globe will depend less on energy generated by fossil fuels, which are wasteful and inefficient.

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