The Personal Renewable Energy Module is a portable device in which solar and wind energy can be stored in a rechargeable battery, which is part of the unit.
The problem of large wind turbines requiring wind at high velocity and altitude is addressed by this appliance, which uses a proprietary design (patent pending) for its wind rotors whose innovative operation mitigates wind resistance, and incorporates existing solar energy collection methods and electrical systems. The innovative wind rotor can operate in low wind areas to power an A/C turbine that creates electricity for charging the battery.
The single unit is not intended to replace conventional energy, rather it is a supplement in relief or emergency situations where electricity is limited or unavailable.
WIPO Registration number DM/232773, 16 OCT 2023