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The content of this site is dated due to rapid product developments!  More information is being added due to PA# 13,871,365 covering the MSPP.

The MSPP is now part of Phase (V) with Phase (I) being dedicated to the TMAT (Thermal Molecular Adhesion Turbine) and the commercialization of the NGTG (Natural Gas TMAT Generator).  The TMAT is protected via PA# 14\U.S. SER. NO. 295,812 and documents can be released upon request.

Microgerneration & and Heat Exhaust Capture are key to our new developments.

 

TMAT/NGST/RGSPS/MTMAT/MSPP/SPDS - Document Links:

NGTG PRODUCT SHEET
NGTG BLOCK DIAGRAM/OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION/$kW
EXEC/PRODUCT/SUMMARY

DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE/COMMERCIAL AVAILABILITY DATE

 

 

 

RENEWABLE SOLAR ENERGY INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
MODULAR SOLAR ~ ELECTRIC POWER PLANT SYSTEMS
 

EFFICIENCY

Clean Renewable Energy Production Designed For Environmental Neutrality


PRODUCT SUMMARY & COMPETITIVE EDGE

Sol Electrica has designed a solar-to-electric system (modular solar power plant / MSPP) based on currently operating solar tower technology, innovations in heat transfer and a small but very efficient turbine design.  The main differences being that the MSPP can be scaled down in size to run a residence or scaled up to provide electric power to schools, hospitals, government facilities, apartment complexes and condominiums.  The MSPP has also vastly improved the efficiency losses that are inherent in all solar tower collection systems (FIG. 1).  Currently the best operating solar tower system can reach 34.7% efficiencies in converting solar radiation to electric output.
 


We have found our calculations, based on known measured technology in other industries, to place our system efficiency above 50%.  Another advantage in our system is direct AC production vs. PVC's DC output.  PVC efficiencies are rated per panel and do not account for the 5-10% AC/DC conversion losses.

 


The MSPP will be directly competing with photovoltaic cells (PVC / solar cell) which currently have a poor efficiency of 17% (FIG. 2), and in a static placement only offers 2-3 hours of peak performance.



The MSPP works throughout the day by using solar tracking for our collection and concentration dishes thus providing 7 to 8 hours of peak usage and energy output. The cost of our system is equal to or under all current PVC systems and outputs direct AC current instead of DC current provided by the PVCs.  With both the increased efficiency, 1/3 the collection footprint (82 square feet vs. an equal output PVC at 346 square feet) and triple the hours of peak operation per day, we feel that we can easily compete with the current PVC market and be a major player in this renewable energy industry.

Solar Industry Resources:

SolFocus - Concentrator Photovoltaic Systems
Complete Solar Energy Efficiency Comparisons - Solar Energy Collectors, Applications, and History

 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Gary Kerns - President & CFO Michael Lee - VP of Marketing & New Business Development
business@sol-electrica.com / 812.384.5878 technical@sol-electrica.com / 812.384.7407