Dr Oliver Lang, CEO
SEG Sonnenrepublik Energie Gmbh
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We present the recent development of an innovative, autonomous "Energy Island" in the form of a professional parasol for restaurants, hotels, squares in the city etc. The "Solar Parasol" is supposed to be part of a smart city and e-mobility concept, therefore It is equipped with a WiFi router, an e-bike charging port and other power supply outlets for USB devices, notebooks etc.. Additional equipment such as LED lighting, audio components etc. can be powered as well.
Speaker Biography (Oliver Lang)
Dr. Oliver Lang (56) studied Physics in Berlin and Valencia and made his PhD at the Hahn-Meitner-Institut Berlin in thin film photovoltaics. In 1997 he started up his first enterprise Solarc GmbH, and subsequently further photovoltaic engineering and manufacturing companies in Germany. He is member of the board of an international certification institute and also runs his own consulting and engineering office LCE in the field of stand alone solar power supply and LED systems. He is the inventor and author of more than 30 patents and brands and several technical and scientific publications.
Company Profile (SEG Sonnenrepublik Energie Gmbh)
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Founded in Berlin in 2016, the SEG Sonnenrepublik Energie GmbH wants to solve the rising energy problem of today's mobile devices. Therefore it has created innovative premium design solar chargers for USB as well as 12V devices, such as smartphones, cameras, notebooks and others. The USP of the Sonnenrepublik products are highest efficiency and functionality, sustainable materials and designs, and German quality level. R&D results and brands are continuously protected by patents. Beside their standard product range the Sonnenrepublik also offers custom design developments and power supply projects for industrial customers and smart cities, ranging from miniature energy harvesting solutions up to power supply systems in the Kilowatt range.