Solaris Synergy’s solar power plant design concept is based on unique patent pending condensation/evaporation cooling technologies that evacuate the unwanted massive heat. A modular design concept supports power capacities ranging from several kilowatts to dozens of megawatts per site. The system has low capital installation maintenance and operation costs. The company’s mission is to become a leading provider and operator of solar power stations that float on water reservoirs and similar facilities. The company has assembled a core multi-disciplinary team with expertise in semiconductors thermodynamics mechanics and optics. The company has built a working prototype that demonstrates the scientific feasibility of its proprietary technology. Floating solar electricity field built of medium-concentration elongated photovoltaic units rotating about a vertical axis in synchronism with the daytime sun motion in order to achieve the maximum solar energy intake.
1. Proprietary evaporation cooling system that ensures the highest PV cell power generation efficiency 2. Low-cost manufacturing built from inexpensive materials 3. Low maintenance cost due to relaxed design tolerances and a simple sun-tracking mechanism 4. Near-maximum (over 90%) solar field coverage enabling the production of more electricity for a given area 5. Easy scalability for medium-to-large-scale power generation; The company has built a working prototype that demonstrates the scientific feasibility of its proprietary technology.