Summary of the technology
A mobile charging system includes a foldable solar panel and a battery configured to receive electricity generated by the solar panel and to charge one or more electric vehicles. The mobile charging system is configured to be towed or driven to locations to provide services to users. Users can park their electric vehicles under the shade of the solar panel, getting electricity either through the battery or directly from the solar panel, the hydro generator, or the wind turbine. The users can also get food from the kitchen, cooked from an electric stove or oven or microwave, cold drinks from the vending machine or refrigerator, and get online from the wireless router. Operators of the charging systems can broadcast their positions. Users can find the positions of the available systems using apps, and request services to be delivered at the user locations.
Description of the technology
In an aspect, a mobile charging system is provided, including: a foldable solar panel; and a battery configured to receive electricity generated by the solar panel and to charge one or more electric vehicles; wherein the mobile charging system is configured to be towed or driven to locations to provide services to users.
A method for effectively collecting solar energy can be provided with the charging system, such as by including disposing solar panels substantially inter-facing each other, and reflecting sun light between inter-facing solar panels. Such improved solar energy collection efficiency can help the mobile charging system, which may be of limited size/space, to have improved power generation capability.
In another aspect, a method of providing clean energy is provided, including: unfolding a foldable solar panel; charging a battery with electricity generated by the solar panel; providing electricity to charge one or more electric vehicles from the battery; and towing or driving a mobile charging system comprising the foldable solar panel and the battery to a location to provide service to a user. In some embodiments, users/travelers can request the mobile charging systems to travel to the users' locations instead of going to the mobile charging stations. In some implementations, users can use apps to locate such mobile charging stations.
Various embodiments disclosed herein relate to a solar panel, including a first portion adapted to convert sun light into usable energy at a first optimal wavelength; and a second portion adapted to convert sun light into usable energy at a second optimal wavelength.
Some embodiments disclosed herein relate to a method for effectively collecting solar energy, including using a first portion of a first solar panel to partially convert a beam of sun light into usable energy, and partially reflect the beam of sun light into a second solar panel; and using the second solar panel to partially convert the reflected beam into collectable energy.
Intellectual property status
CEO at Syncoda Technologies