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Car Parking lots are already urbanized spaces and located close to buildings. The all-in-one eParking solar module developed by Tonomia, produces solar electricity and heat to feed surrounding buildings, stores excess electricity in Sodium-ion batteries, to fast charge eVs or balance the grid, while recovering rainwater for sanitary usage or car washing.
The eParking Solar module stands out with eco-friendly materials, AI-driven quality control, and user-friendly interfaces, setting a new standard in sustainability and innovation for parking solutions.
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The all-in-one eParking solar modules will revolutionize parking infrastructures by integrating sustainable energy and advanced technologies whilst offering high revenues for parking operators and comfort and convenience for vehicle owners.
Ultra-modular, flexible and cost-effective the eParking module has been designed for 2 to 4 parking spaces and can be deployed independently in any quantity for full terrain coverage, unlike our competitors who need a redesigned batch system.
eParking Solar is subject to pending patents with more than 250 innovative elements
Heating can account for up to 37+% of greenhouse gas emissions in a country (UK for example).
Solar panels transform solar energy into 20% electricity and 80% heat.
10 kW electricity means 30 kW potential heat recovery or 30 MWh/year (3,000 L fuel equiv.). Solar boilers were actually the most used equipment to harvest energy before affordability of photovoltaic panels.
Even though the thermal energy production is much higher in summer where space heating is not required , It has been proven that sun heat could cover up to 50% of home heating needs at a fraction of the cost of conventional solutions.
This is why eParking is designed with a very smart heat recovery system combining non-metallic materials (wood) and vacuum insulation panels and avoids the need for sophisticated liquid solutions with mitigation energy losses in the way.
1: They require high power grid which IS not always available;
2: They are extremely expensive (1000 to 1500 USD/kW);
3: They are very noisy during high temperature conditions;
4: They are often not reliable.eParking tackles all the above issues: