A foldable photoelectric roof reacting to weather changes has been developed.

Two Swiss companies jointly developed a smart roof from solar panels, which automatically develops and extends depending on weather conditions.

According to engineers from Kronberg and Sak, their system responds to the level of lighting, so it expands when the sun comes out, and begins to remove when the sky is tightened.

Partners installed the spring folding roof of 4000 m2 over a parking for 150 cars near one of the local cableways stops. During the year, an array of 1320 panels produces about 350 MW of energy, handing 2 electric vehicle charging stations.

Developers argue that automation increases the economic efficiency of photocells due to the proper management of the folding canopy.

Recall that recently a group of researchers invented photo elements, independently

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