The future of solar technology isn't green, it's transparent; using the sun as the source, Rawlemon has designed a prototype solar energy charger to help us change our habits and keep our planet in better working condition for the next generations to come.
With this transparent solar energy generator made of betaray spherical glass, German Rawlemon founder Andre Broessel says with the creation of his new solar energy charger, we will no longer need to plug our smartphones and tablets to the grid: all we will be needing is solar.
Using the the most sustainable energy source, the sun, and a micro dual axis tracking system which enables the transparent sphere to adjust itself to follow the sun’s path, this smart and efficient solar generator has been under investigation for under two years.
But if this simple idea were to get the funds needed, that could mean that the current 1 billion phones on our planet consuming 10 TW per year could give the socket a break.
Revolutionary Rawlemon Designs Solar Energy Chargers to Keep Us Green
1. Transparent Solar Technology - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in developing transparent solar technology for various applications.
2. Micro Dual Axis Tracking Systems - The development of micro dual axis tracking systems can revolutionize solar energy generation by optimizing sunlight exposure.
3. Wireless Solar Charging - There is potential for disruptive innovation in wireless solar charging solutions, eliminating the need for traditional grid connections.
1. Renewable Energy - The renewable energy industry can explore disruptive innovation opportunities in transparent solar technology and micro dual axis tracking systems.
2. Consumer Electronics - The consumer electronics industry could benefit from disruptive innovation in wireless solar charging, offering convenient and environmentally friendly charging solutions.
3. Sustainable Design - Sustainable design industry can embrace transparent solar technology to incorporate energy generation into architectural designs and infrastructure.