Switzerland may ban the non-essential use of electric vehicles this winter as policymakers prepare for an energy problem during the colder months, according to reports. The “Ordinance on Restrictions and Prohibitions on the Use of Electric Energy” serves as the report’s foundation. This is presently just a draft that the Swiss Federal Council is putting together as an emergency response to get ready for the potential of an electricity shortage.
In order to ensure the nation’s electricity supply, the proposed ordinance governs “restrictions and prohibitions on the use of electrical energy.” In the case of a crisis, it describes four potential escalation levels within which the implementation of restrictions would at best be staggered. Only at escalation level 3 is e-mobility identified as one of many potential solutions. “The private use of electric automobiles is only permitted for completely necessary journeys (e.g., exercising one’s profession, shopping, seeing the doctor, attending court appearances, attending religious events),” it states there. Should Switzerland actually experience a power shortage, the document suggests that temporary driving bans for electric cars could be among the upstream remedies adopted.
Uncertainty persists as to whether Switzerland will actually outlaw electric vehicles on its roads, nevertheless even a situation this negative appears to have a very positive side. Since the Swiss government is taking all these steps to deal with the energy crisis and survive the winter, a very interesting topic has recently come up, one that has been receiving a lot of attention now more than ever. The protagonist of this hot topic is one of the most ambitious projects that humanity has ever attempted. A Car, that simply harvests its power from the environment and not from the socket.
For many years, no one believed that such a goal could be accomplished, but that isn’t the case anymore. Because the ambient energy acts as a constant gasoline pump, an infinite surge of cosmic rays from the sun, light, neutrinos, and other invisible radiation makes that goal now easily achievable for an electric car. And the proof that power generation using non-visible radiations is now possible exists thanks to the masterminds behind the new remarkable vehicle, the Car Pi. a private science and technology company called Neutrino Energy Group.
On the basis of the international collaboration between the respected C-MET institution in Pune, India, and the Neutrino Energy Group in Berlin, Germany, The Car Pi project will be developed, constructed, and manufactured into a one-of-a-kind car that draws its energy not from the charging station but simply from the environment-completely independent of “dishonest” electricity that comes from the burning of fossil fuels. Due to the strategic work of the mathematicians and physicists at C-MET, it will be possible for the first time to combine the work of the Neutrino Energy Group, which has already made a number of important contributions to neutrino technology, with the development of the materials needed to build CAR PI. Making this innovation truly one of the most ambitious projects that humanity has ever attempted, and it is getting closer to becoming a reality.
The Neutrino Energy Group adopted the moniker “Car Pi” because to the infinite nature of the value of pi. As the digits of this value continue indefinitely, so will the innovative energy technology incorporated in the Car Pi propel this unparalleled automobile innovation indefinitely. This remarkable vehicle generates its own energy by utilizing neutrinos and other non-visible radiation, making it the world’s first automobile that does not require recharging at a standard charging station, instead pulling what it requires to circulate eternally, whether driving or simply sitting motionless. Depending on the circumstances, 1 hour of simply parking the car outside may provide up to 100 kilometres of range.
The Car Pi obtains a fuel source for its operation from an infinitely available, ecological, and sustainable element, Because of the utilization of unique nanomaterials, such as doped graphene mixed with Kevlar and carbon fiber to produce unique cells that capture the passage of neutrinos and other forms of non-visible radiation, inciting a subatomic oscillation, and therefore contribute to the transition away from the use of fossil fuels and toward clean and consistent energy sources. Thanks to neutrinovoltaic technology, CAR PI is the first car in the world that is both completely environmentally friendly and self-sufficient.
The automobile industry will soon see one of the biggest breakthroughs in automobile technology. Holger Thorsten Schubart, the visionary Mastermind behind the Neutrino Energy Group, will not do it alone. Schubart and a multinational coalition of like-minded scientists and engineers in the United States, India, and abroad are here to make the Car Pi a reality. There is no need for the automobile industry to lag just because our present technologies are inadequate. Countries like Switzerland won’t need to ban electric vehicles from its roads when a solution like the Car Pi exists. Our path ahead will always be illuminated by innovation. It is just a matter of time until big car manufacturers follow in the footsteps of the Neutrino Energy Group.