Solar Alliance has filed a patent application for ‘Powershed’ an advanced solar-powered charging station to power up robotic lawnmowers.

With the help of a Powershed, you can charge the lawnmower by keeping it anywhere near the sun.

Solar alliance developed a Powershed in support of the researcher from the University of Tennessee. The company has announced that the Powershed had bypassed the prototype stage, and the latest iteration resulted in four system sales, causing a 33% power increase in July. It has filed a patent application in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Priorly it has filed for a provisional patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has received full intellectual property protection.

The Agro Robots market is estimated to reach USD 20.3 billion by 2025. Scythe robotics has launched an autonomous grass mowing robot that works non-stop for 50,000 hours.

CEO Myke Clark has said that they always aimed to develop the prototype and planned to campaign for a larger scale of customers with the filing of the final patent combined with advanced tech.

Powershed is expected to be demonstrated at the GIE+EXPO 2021 in Louisville, Kentucky in October.

He added that the GIE+EXPO 2021 is the best venue to showcase Powershed and that they have a wider audience of distributors, dealers, and landscapers.

Solar Alliance Inc., is an energy solution provider that operates in Tennessee, Kentucky, North/South Carolina, and Illinois. It offers energy solutions to residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. The current price of the Powershed is $4500.