The energy produced by the impact of the cosmic rays on particle detectors is concentrated and stored locally by means of any suitable energy storage medium. Thermoelectric generators and thermic resonators will transform into electric energy the heat flux generated by the particles hitting the surface of the detectors. Thermal resonators can capture heat and transform it slowly into electric energy, and therefore they will play a critical role not only in the energy conversion but also on the energy storage function.
Smart energy distribution managers will determine whether the heat produced by the particle detectors can be directly converted into electrical energy and provided to the users, or if it needs to be stored in the form of heat to be transformed and used later.
The whole ecosystem is a composition of distributed technologies, that involve the presence of particle detectors, as well as storage and distribution mediums.