The Australian government is preparing to launch an experimental solar energy system to power a family’s solar energy vehicle.
The vehicle, called Solar Impulse, will be powered by a combination of solar cells, battery packs and other solar-powered devices.
Solar Impulse will be the first experimental solar-vehicle that has been tested on Australia’s roads.
It will use a combination-of-solar cell-powered electric vehicle, a hybrid battery system and a solar-energy-powered vehicle to deliver solar energy to a small home on a farm in Tasmania.
The government is also developing a prototype solar-electric vehicle that could be rolled out in the near future, and will be able to charge its battery pack in the sun.
“We believe that the technology that is developed today in Australia will become the standard of the future and it’s critical that we have a reliable, secure and secure energy supply,” Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Anthony Albanese, said.
“The Government will support innovation and take advantage of this opportunity to make Australia more energy independent, affordable and green.”
Solar Impusre is an Australian solar energy startup, but has been making headlines in recent months after it captured the hearts of the public with a campaign to help a girl in Australia with cancer.
Its team of 10 scientists, engineers and designers is using its vehicle to power the solar-charged solar panels in the vehicle, which it claims will last a lifetime.
“Our vision is to develop a sustainable energy infrastructure to enable us to be the world leader in the development and implementation of the technologies needed to provide reliable, safe and sustainable energy,” the team said.
Solar energy vehicle The Solar Impusres vehicle, designed by the Solar Impuls, is powered by solar cells.
It can charge a battery pack to be used in the solar energy of the solar panels, but the battery pack needs to be fully charged every day.
Solar Energy Australia has also partnered with the Australian Solar Industry Association to help Solar Impuels build the vehicle.
“It is the most advanced vehicle on the market that is using a combination solar-cell and battery pack system and it is capable of providing a long-term energy supply to a family of three,” Solar Energy Australia chief executive, Ian Macfarlane, said in a statement.
“Solar Impulse’s technology has been extensively tested by Australian authorities, and the company is committed to continuing to push the boundaries of the technology.”
The Solar Impuses vehicle has been on display at the International Solar Expo in China since October last year.