Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Rawlemon’s Spherical Solar Energy

Generating Globes Can Even Harvest Energy from Moonlight

by , 09/16/12  STUMBLE's Inhabitat:  ENERGY

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The ß.torics system was invented by Barcelona-based German Architect André Broessel. He sought to create a solar system that could be embedded in the walls of buildings so that they may act as both windows and energy generators. But the project isn’t only noteworthy for its solar efficiency capabilities -  the ß.torics  system is designed to generate lunar energy too!
The spheres are able to concentrate diffused moonlight into a steady source of energy. The futuristic ß.torics system is catching a lot of attention for its clean and beautiful design. (Despite solar power’s huge potential, we haven’t seen too many beautiful solar power technologies). We’re excited to see how architects will incorporate these energy generating orbs into alternative energy agendas and future building designs!


  1. Imagine if every building could generate energy from moonlight. We would always have power!

  2. Das ist fantastisch! Hopefully this will one day be the future of solar energy. It is absolutely amazing how moonlight can also be used as energy. Maybe they can use this for solar powered cars as well . . .