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Green socket Disclosure Number: IPCOM000221156D
Publication Date: 2012-Aug-31
Document File: 2 page(s) / 46K

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Green socket: an easy and cheap photovoltaic method avoiding rebuilding of the electricity network

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Green socket

Here is disclosed an easy and cheap photovoltaic system at the house or at the office without rebuilding an electronic network. The solar photovoltaic (PV) is an existing technique for generating electrical power by converting solar radiation into direct current electricity using semiconductors that exhibit the photovoltaic effect. The PV technique is known as a sure and fantastic way to save money. This technique save money on electricity bill, this is because you use the electricity that the solar panel produces. But when we try to have these systems at our buildings we need to buy these mechanisms and rebuild the network circuit on the building. So we save money on the electricity bill but we spend a lot of money in the others ways.

In this idea, a green socket is used to provide the energy stored by a specific Venetian, in fact this famous sun blind can be used as a solar collecting device, storing energy in a well known method: this venetian consists in long horizontal strips of solar cellular. Each venetian can store solar energy in houses or at the office and its green socket is close to the window (see image) and each green socket provides the energy using its own venetian.

This works in this way: during the day, this venetian collects sunlight, but when during the day you need green energy for electrical and electronic equipment (see mobile, TV, radio, and everything needs little power) you can use its generated electrical power connecting...