Cutting-Edge Research & Development
Transforming The World's Infrastructure Into a Source of Solar Power
Integrated Infrastructure Solar Solutions
At Solar Earth, we build hardened solar panels for installation into paving integrated arrays. Solar panels that can withstand pedestrian, bicycle or automobile traffic. The hardware and electronic requirements for these systems are also significantly more stringent than conventionally encountered. We have developed, tested and re-developed several novel solutions:
ADD WITHOUT MODIFICATION
Panels that can be glued to a concrete or asphalt substrate – existing infrastructure without modification.
Integrated EV Charging
Panels systems that are integrated with electric vehicle charging technology.
THERMAL & ELECTRICAL ENERGY
Hybrid systems that deliver both thermal and electrical energy.
Rugged, safe, and skid resistant. Able to withstand up to 5 tons of weight and harsh weather conditions.
Located in Vancouver, we have a laboratory facilities that allow us to simulate, build, and test prototypes.
The lab features:, nano-fabrication tools, environmental testing chambers, laminators, and a full-scale solar simulator.
Solar Earth’s Chongqing Lab was founded in February 2016 with the mission of researching and developing materials and processes for making panels suitable for solar paving. The Chongqing Lab also develops and customizes PIPV products at the modular level for contracted clients.
Solar Earth News
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