Sustainable Design for the 21st Century

V3 Solar Spin Cell Update

By Brent Sauser

Last June I wrote an article on the V3 Solar Spin Cell.  (CLICK HERE to read the article.)  Back then the concept of a spinning solar cell that could convert solar energy directly to AC current was considered highly unlikely and, therefore, a fraud and a scam.  Claims of significant improvements in efficiency at lower costs were met with skepticism by flat panel solar manufacturers.  Admittedly, the revolutionary potential for solar spin technology would, if proved viable, be the eventual demise of the flat solar panel market, hence the dollar-driven push-back.


What has happened in the last 10 months since my last article?  V3 Solar has continued their research and testing and have developed prototypes of solar AC spin generators that convert sunlight directly to AC current.  V3 Solar has also developed additional methods for utilizing their spin technology, all of which are in the developmental phase.  What was on the drawing boards 10 months ago is beginning to show positive signs of success.

NetZeroMax will continue to monitor V3 Solar’s progress and bring it to you.  This is a wonderful example with how 21st Century technology and ingenuity is achieving more efficient and affordable sustainable products for the consumer.  We wish V3 Solar continued success in their research and development of their spin cell technology.


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