Smartflower. Photovoltaics sunflower

Sunflower is known for being the plant that best optimizes the energy received. So, why don’t we mimic it in a photovoltaics panel? Well, somebody has already made it. Smartflower is a great solution to make use of as much solar energy as possible. Let’s see how it works.


Smartflower. Simply, a sunflower

The first amazing point of Smartflower is its extremely easy installation. Just like a Plug & Play device. You don’t need to do complex installations. In just an hour, you will have your Smartflower installed and working. It’s thought to be installed on the ground because it weights 1 tonne. Nevertheless, don’t worry if you move to another house. You will be able to take it with you and install whenever you want.

Mimicking the sunflower, a smart tracking system allows to catch as much radiation as possible. This will mean a great optimization of the system. The energy produced will be enhanced by 40% comparing to a regular roof-top system. Dust or snow? Don’t worry. Smartflower will automatically fold and unfold to clean it up.

smartflower tracking

Extreme heat is one of the main problems in other photovoltaics installations. Smartflower, thanks to its construction, gets lower temperatures achieving better energy production rates. A windy day? Never mind. Smartflower will unfold automatically to avoid further damages.

Smartflower is available in 8 different colours: berry, ocean, amber, pearl, lavender, jungle, mermaid and porcelain. We’re sure that you will find your best option.

In the next video you can watch how Sunflower works:

Smartflower can generate up to 6,200 kWh per year (depending on its location). A regular medium home can consume about 4,000 – 5,000 kWh per year. Therefore, Smartflower could be enough to generate all the energy required. But don’t forget about the batteries required when sun sets off. Moreover, if you’re lucky and live in a country like Germany or France, you will be able to sell the excess energy to your electrical company.

We encourage you to visit Smartflower website and take a look at all the options available.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: