Nitinol shape memory alloy rods are used to harvest thermal energy from the atmosphere. When heated, the rods contract, converting the thermal energy into mechanical energy.
A hydraulic system is used to capture and store the mechanical energy. From here, the energy can be used to any end–whether it is generating electricity by using a hydraulic motor to turn an electric generator or by directly powering a system.
Modular and Scalable
Since the system is modular, a very small number of SKUs can be used to suit any power need–making it easier to keep your costs low. The technology is also scalable, with a clear technology development plan to reach grid-scale power generation in 5-10 years.
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