Sfinkx Developing Solar EGV with Battery Storage System

Sfinkx Developing Solar EGV with Battery Storage System

Sfinkx Developing Solar EGV with Battery Storage System Energy Storage Journal

Sfinkx Corp announced it is developing a new energy generating vehicle (EGV) as a solution for immediate and renewable energy use in disaster relief and emergency response.

EGV’s allow for rapid mobile deployment of vehicles that produce energy at the source it is consumed. Equipped with photovoltaic energy generating systems, these vehicles can be used to power local systems or to energize a battery energy storage system.

The Sfinkx EGV features a 50kW mobile array of bifacial cell dual sided glass modules. Bifacial modules generate more electricity by converting direct, radiant and scattered solar energy on both the front and the back side of the module. Glass-to-Glass (G2G) modules provide dual sided protection of silicon materials from extreme weather conditions. Thinner glass ensures less heat, thermal stability, resistance to impact and elimination of micro fractures: thereby reducing the probability of mechanical damage to the modules.

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