World's toughest solar
We transform everyday infrastructure into a source of revenue-generating solar energy for a Net Zero world.
Human beings have spent a long time paving over the Earth. Solar Earth now transforms those surfaces into the toughest, most versatile sources of solar energy yet made.
Solar Earth embeds solar cells — those oh-so-delicate eggshells so easy to break — into a rock-hard surface. It allows us to “solarize” sidewalks, roads, parking lots, rooftops, docks and more by putting solar cells inside that infrastructure.
It’s a breakthrough that captures the power of the sun to “solarize” infrastructure, to help us fight climate change and get us to a Net Zero future.
- 1.5 MW per 10km of sidewalk (1.2m wide)
- 128 kW per 1km x 1.2m
- 130 Wp per Sqm
Our modular design allows for direct integration into existing infrastructure.
GREEN & RENEWABLE
Replace diesel backup power and meet your net-zero energy goals for microgrids, traffic controls, security, and more.
Rugged, safe, and skid resistant. Able to withstand up to 5 tons of weight and harsh weather conditions.
The Toughest Solar on Earth
It works everywhere.
Want to test Solar Earth at your front door, on a parking lot, see if it holds up to a passing elephant herd or can withstand the blast of a sandstorm or blizzard?
Bring it on.
Solar Earth doesn't break.
SOLAR EARTH PANELS
A new form of solar power
North America’s first viable paving integrated photovoltaic solution is here to revolutionize the way the world generates clean energy.
Transform any ground surface into a robust dual-use electricity generating surface that runs on renewable solar energy.
Solar Earth panels take traditional sunk costs and provide a return on investment, making these dual-use, revenue-generating surfaces.
Enjoy limitless integrated renewable energy
Install our solar panels onto any surface
Solar Earth’s network of knowledgeable installers can deliver years of renewable clean energy production right under your feet.
Solar Earth Turn-Key Power Generation Solutions
Enjoy LIMITLESS integrated renewable energy.
Transform patios, driveways or rooftops into a source of solar electricity to reduce your carbon footprint and energy costs.
Charge cars, bicycles, scooters and more on a Solar Earth pad or parking station.
Aviation + Transportation Hubs
Put Solar Earth on the vast tracts of underutilized land, roofs and parking lots to generate green energy and reduce the carbon footprint of air travel, drones and transportation.
Ports + Shipping
Solar Earth-topped staging areas, roofs and containers can become solar power generators, helping the global shipping industry meet Net Zero targets.
Solar Earth -topped sidewalks, public squares and buildings allow urban areas to generate green energy and revenue to finance infrastructure and meet clean power targets for a Net Zero world.
Warehouse roofs, parking lots and even pipeline corridors can benefit from using Solar Earth panels.
No matter how remote or weather-challenged, Solar Earth-powered infrastructure can generate electricity and mitigate the need for diesel and other fossil fuels or reduce reliance on unstable grids.
Solar Earth panels can power cell towers and water pumps, electrify remote villages or shipping containers turned into offices for entrepreneurs in Africa, Asia and South America. We bring solar power everywhere.
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Solar Earth News Wire
ParkMyFleet Joins Forces with GPIP and Solar Earth to Build America’s First Net Zero Industrial Park
Parsons, Kansas (October 12, 2022) — ParkMyFleet, an innovative US mobility company, is excited to announce its partnership with Great Plains Industrial Park (GPIP) in
Solar Earth to upgrade the Thompson Rivers University solar demonstration project
The ‘Solar Compass’ demonstration project to continue as a learning center for Solar Earth Technologies August 18, 2022– (Vancouver/ Unceded Territories of the Musqueam, Squamish,
Solar Paving at Stellenbosch University, South Africa
On February 10, 2022, our team in South Africa installed 24 solar pavers in series at Stellenbosch University’s “Launch Lab”. This installation is a core