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By Pavitar Singh

Actually, I was facing a problem with my solar panel which I use to charge my power banks for charging mobiles.

Type: Commercial, Social Impact, Artistic


State: Haryana
Country: India
Affiliation: Makerspace


What inspired you or what is the idea that got you started?

I was facing a problem with my solar panel, which I use to charge my power banks for charging mobiles. And that problem is universally no electricity from solar panels in bad weather and at night. So, I have noticed in some cases, during the night and in bad weather conditions, air with sufficient speed. But I don’t have so much big space in the back of my home that I can install solar panels and wind turbines in the same place. So, I moved to vertical axis wind turbines on the internet, and I got a tree that has aeroleaf wind turbines to generate electricity from winds. Still, after a little more search on the internet, I came to know there is a solar tree also. But I could not find one structure that holds vertical axis wind turbines, aeroleaf wind turbines, and solar panels. From there, I got the idea to modify the structure of the wind power tree, which has aeroleafs, and I got a SOLAR WIND ENERGY TREE.

What is your project about and how does it work?

The process was simple: I have a problem and have to find a solution. The problem was no maximum output from the solar panel to fulfill my requirement. Now it was time to move toward the wind turbine. So I have decided to combine vertical axis wind turbine, aeroleaf, and solar panels to charge my power banks for mobile, plus light at night and on a large scale store excess electricity generated from SOLAR WIND ENERGY TREE to battery storage power stations.

What did you learn by doing this project?

Adding existing technologies on a single supporting structure

What impact does your project have on others as well as yourself?

Free green energy