Spherical Solar Energy Generator from Rawlemon

German
Architect Andre Broessel believes he has a solution that can “squeeze more
juice out of the sun”, even during the night hours and in low-light regions.
His company Rawlemon has created a spherical sun power generator prototype
called the beta.ray. 


His technology will combine spherical geometry principles
with a dual axis tracking system, allowing twice the yield of a conventional
solar panel in a much smaller surface area. 

The futuristic design is fully
rotational and is suitable for inclined surfaces, walls of buildings, and
anywhere with access to the sky. It can even be used as an electric car
charging station. Scroll down for photos and videos…


Image credit : Rawlemon

“The
beta.ray comes with a hybrid collector to convert daily electricity and thermal
energy at the same time. While reducing the silicon cell area to 25% with the
equivalent power output by using our ultra-transmission Ball Lens point
focusing concentrator, it operates at efficiency levels of nearly 57% in hybrid
mode. 

At nighttime the Ball Lens can transform into a high-power lamp to
illuminate your location, simply by using a few LED’s. The station is designed
for off grid conditions as well as to supplement buildings’ consumption of
electricity and thermal circuits like hot water.”
Visit
the Rawlemon website for more details.

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