Who is Andre Brussel?
German architect Andre Brussel designed a spherical solar generator. Rawlemon, Spherical Sun Power Generator wants to revolutionize solar energy. Broessel was a finalist in the 2013 World Technology Network Award by Designing the World.
He has 27 years of experience in management, design and technology. Its main goal is complex technology.
Andre has an updated version for 2016. Andre thinks outside the box. He is a somewhat independent person when seeing the future of solar energy.
The future is in the hands of Sbotic Ltd
Sbotic was founded in 2014. They are tasked with marketing Rawlemon spherical solar generators. Spotique Ltd. She received patents for Rawlemon’s “SixCities” and “MicroTrack” powertrain unit.
The company is headquartered in London, England in 2014. Spotique Limited (Sun Robotics) is a division of Ramlemon Corporation.
Sbotic ltd is pushing the boundaries of solar energy conversion. They are proving that net zero energy buildings could be the standard tomorrow. Sun Robotics’ mission is to integrate the solar powered generator into the urban environment. This will include buildings and homes.
Spherical solar generator
Andrea Brussel and Raulmon created a prototype of a spherical solar generator. The generator is called Beta Ray. Its technology is a combination of spherical geometry and a dual axis tracking system. This allows twice the output of conventional solar panels for a spherical solar generator. The solar panel on the generator is small compared to the normal panels.
The ball rotates completely and can be placed on walls, buildings and any space with direct sunlight. According to Brussel, it can be placed on an electric car charging station.
You might think the spherical generator is from a science fiction movie. You will be wrong.
exposed beta beam parts
- Reduce the area of silicon cells to 25%
- Efficiency increased to 57%. solar panels by 22 to 24%,
- Ultra-high transmittance ball point focus intense lens.
- During the night hours, the spherical sphere can light up an area using just a few LED lights.
- The modular collector system charges and stores energy during daylight.
- It can collect energy from the moon. That’s right, the moon.
- How it works. Sunlight is collected through an ultra-transmitting spherical focusing lens.
- The concentrated sunlight is stored in the solar cells.
- It is then sent to a generator for use in homes or commercial buildings.
Various functions of the solar generator
Beta ray is designed for off-grid conditions and an accessory to building electrical needs. The idea is also to provide thermal circuits such as hot water.
A spherical solar generator can be used as an architectural marvel. Beta Ray has the ability to track the sun all day long. Solar panels do not track.
6 different missions of the solar generator
- Save electricity
- heat production production
- Solar generator has transparency
- able to shade
- Ventilation for buildings
- Spherical generator is a work of art
1 to 5 above will transform the future of zero-energy buildings.
The generator will provide electricity for buildings and homes with four times the efficiency of a typical 22% solar panel on the market today.
The solar generator will produce heat generation which in turn will heat the water.
The spherical sphere is transparent and the hybrid collector will increase the efficiency of smaller solar panels.
Solar generator used with sunshades for shade.
The generator will produce ventilation for the buildings.
Rawlemon Solar Devices Coming Soon
Under the Rawlemon umbrella, there is now a new section called Indiegogo. They offer the world’s first integrated building technology for concentrated solar power (BICSP). This product will be on sale in December.
Introducing Beta.ey 80LIM for $119.00. This will be the first condenser solar charger and moonlight generator powered by solar energy in a single design. Beta.ey will be able to charge iPhones, iPads and many other devices.
The Beta.ey concept is modeled after a massive prototype designed by German architect Andrei Brussel. The prototype took three years to form a device that would be in consumers’ hands by Christmas.
Rawlemon has a large spherical lens that does not move. The solar charger moves around the back of the ball. It will follow focused sunlight passing through the other side. Typical solar panels must be moved manually to track sunlight. In other words, this is more efficient at capturing sunlight and ultimately producing more electricity.
Looking great too!
Check out how Beta.ey works
Beta-ey requires a 1% solar panel the size of a standard solar generator. This device works well during cloudy days. It has the ability to pull diffused light. This solar powered ball generator will be used for portable devices.
Great first factor! There are built-in lights to illuminate the globe.
Beta-ey will widely be able to charge electric cars. It will also be available for windows and building walls for electrical and thermal needs.
full band beta rays
Full size beta rays for outdoors. It will fetch a price of $6000. It’s only money. right? At this juncture, there is no spherical solar powered data generator that I can find for ROI. Rawlemon looks forward to incorporating the beta ray system into the design of European architecture of the future.
The European Commissions directive is to design virtually zero energy buildings. The design process will begin in 2019. Rawlemon is in line with European Commission directives.
Can we see full-size beta rays in the US? It will be interesting to see what form of solar energy the world will be using in 10-20 years.
The solar-powered spherical generator caught my attention for several reasons.
- The design concept is insanely out of this world clever.
- Solar panels are 4 times more efficient due to dual axis tracking and a transparent spherical lens.
- The versatility of solar generators for buildings and electric vehicle charging.
- Attractive architectural design.
- Future applications for societies to generate electricity.
Andrea Brussel and Rawalmon made great strides toward solar independence. They accomplished a practical solar design in less than 6 years. Time will tell if the full range of beta rays is profitable.
The Beta-ey Compact Solar Generator should be a hit with consumers who need to recharge portable devices. Prices for some competing solar generators range from $400 to $800. You will be able to charge larger devices such as a small TV, laptop, or lights in your RV. This is 4 to 8 times more than Beta-ey. something to think about.
It will be interesting to see how this happens in the near future. I think large-scale beta-ey and beta-ray have a reasonable chance of success.
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