Serbian scientist and professor Vladan Petrovic invented a system for storing electrical energy produced from solar power for up to 6 months. A solar facility operating on this system has been built in Badnjevac near Kragujevac, Serbia.
Petrovic has partnered up with an investor from Great Britain and built the facility in his birthplace.
This solar system is different from all others in the world, much simpler, and above all cheaper and more useful.
The facility collects solar energy through an aluminum mirror, following the movement of the Sun and concentrating the energy into an absorber. The energy goes directly to the accumulator, which is insulated in a special way. This way, electrical energy is obtained and can be stored for several months.
The project received an award from the Mirpuri Foundation from Portugal and the first pilot facility outside of Serbia will be located in the Lisbon region.
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