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Demo shows promise as EU revives talk of space-based solar power
In our wireless network In the world, wires are still the best way to get electricity from A to B. Wires are almost always cheaper and easier, at least from a technical perspective, but there are cases where wires may not be the solution. ideal law.
For those who are lazy to charge their phones – even yours really – a wireless charging pad is a great thing. For people on remote islands, wireless power can be transformative. Similar to space-based solar, a proposed type of power plant relies on the wireless transmission of electricity into beam energy from solar panels orbiting the Earth.
Space-based solar power is why the European Space Agency and Airbus are interested in wireless power delivery. Both organizations think space-based solar could be the next big thing. Or one of the next big things. Or at least one thing. That’s why the pair teamed up with New Zealand-based startup Emrod to demonstrate the wireless power delivery system in Munich last week.