Sakuraenergy’s new RE Generation System Requires Only 1 Sq Mtr to Produce Electricity

Sakuraenergy’s new RE Generation System Requires Only 1 Sq Mtr to Produce Electricity

Sakuraenergy has developed an all-new generation system for renewable energy (RE), PARASOLA with a compact size that requires only 1 sq. mtr.

Sakuraenergy Generation System

Japan-based Sakuraenergy has announced that it has developed an all-new generation system for renewable energy, PARASOLA, which is equipped with a motor power generator/power storage battery package that supplies electricity around the clock.

By combining energy-saving, creation, and storage as well as efficiency optimisation in one system, the system supplies more energy while consuming less energy than conventional power generating systems.

‘PARASOLA Residence’ for home use is designed to provide a maximum of 24 kW per day, enough to cover the electricity needed by the average household in Japan and most areas overseas. Equipped with high-efficiency PV cells, it occupies just one square meter of space. With a built-in battery, it can provide electricity 24 hours a day.

“Introducing PARASOLA may not only help solve power shortages around the world but also create a new energy environment where electricity is available anytime, anywhere,” the company stated.

Main Features of the product include:

  1. An all-new system designed to save, create and store energy simultaneously and effectively.
  2. Supplying almost the same amount of electricity as conventional solar systems, while occupying a space only 1/10th -1/20th of theirs.
  3. Rooftops, balconies, verandas, etc. the system is capable of utilising new locations for power generation. The system, requiring a compact space, realises power generation where it has not been managed or even thought of before.
  4. Potentially realising worldwide energy saving through applying the compact technology and system to a wide range of equipment from air conditioners, EVs to large-scale industrial generation systems.

Having developed the prototype, Sakuraenergy is now promoting further product development while discussing business development opportunities and alliances at home and abroad. The company plans to globally market the product by the end of 2020.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for