SOLARGAPS

THE WORLD’S FIRST SMART SOLAR BLINDS

Harnessing the Sun: The Rise of Solar-Powered Blinds

Solar-powered blinds are an innovative solution that combines convenience, functionality and an eco-friendly approach to everyday living. It is simple and convenient. Solar-powered window blind uses small photovoltaic panels built into the slats. These panels capture sunlight and convert it into electricity, which can then be used to power appliances in the home or even fed back into the grid. They can be controlled remotely via SolarGaps app or voice commands, offering the convenience of automatic adjustments to maximise light exposure and power generation. This solution gives you ease of use and many benefits for your happy life, whether in your home, office or commercial building.

While smart solar blinds may require a higher initial investment than traditional blinds, the long-term benefits outweigh the initial cost. These blinds can contribute to lower electricity bills.

Most units are designed to fit standard window sizes and require minimal modification. In terms of maintenance, a quick dusting is usually all that is required to keep the blinds in good condition. Specialist cleaners are available for the photovoltaic panels to ensure maximum efficiency.

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PV energy generation

1 m2 of SolarGaps blinds generates around 100 watts per hour on a sunny day, which is enough to charge a smartphone or laptop, or to power a TV. Sunpower solar cells and SolarGaps’ auto tracking mode ensure that the maximum amount of energy is generated at all times
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Mobile application

You can get SolarGaps performance reports adjust settings, and control the position of the blinds with your smartphone from anywhere. Our easy-to-use application is available for both iOS and Android devices.
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Auto tracking mode

SolarGaps blinds automatically adjust the angle of their slats to provide the optimum levels of shade and solar power production. Mounted on the outside of the building, they serve as a heat shield that helps to maintain a comfortable temperature for everyone inside.
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Electricity savings

SolarGaps blinds use the abundant resource of vertical space to generate green energy. They also provide active shading sheltering homes, offices and commercial buildings from high temperatures and reducing the need for AC. . In this way, SolarGaps blinds can help you save up to 30% on your electricity bills
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Smart home integration

SolarGaps blinds can be fully integrated with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. With SolarGaps as part of your smart home or office system, controlling the position of the blinds is as simple as saying, ‘“Hey Alexa.’”
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Carbon footprint reduction

Buildings are responsible for 36% of annual global CO2 emissions, and are the biggest electricity consumers worldwide. Installing SolarGaps a strong step towards sustainability, only 1 m2 of SolarGaps blinds can prevent 0,10 kg of CO2 emissions.

Eco-friendly living with solar electricity

One of the most attractive aspects of solar-powered blinds is their environmental credentials. By using renewable solar energy, they reduce the household’s reliance on conventional electricity. This not only saves you money, but also helps to reduce your carbon footprint. Even on a cloudy day in the UK, the advanced solar panels are efficient enough to capture diffuse sunlight.

The solar panels on smart blinds can generate enough electricity to power small appliances and devices around your home. Some advanced models even allow the stored energy to be fed back into the grid. While the power generated may not be enough to meet all your energy needs, every little bit helps to reduce your overall consumption of energy from non-renewable sources. You can save on your electricity bill and reduce your air conditioning running costs by up to 30%.

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SOLAR BLINDS COST PER m2 FROM £500.00 including installation

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The amount of electricity generated depends on several factors including the size of the blind, the efficiency of the solar cells and the amount of sunlight received. Always check the electric blinds specifications for more information.

Yes. Many smart solar blinds come with remote control functionality, allowing you to adjust the angle of the slats or open and close the blinds using a smartphone app, voice assistant or remote control.

Our smart solar blinds are designed to be durable and weather-resistant. Even in the UK’s cloudy climate, they receive enough renewable energy to keep them productive. So don’t worry if it’s not sunny out today.

Yes, they can be fitted to standard sized windows and fit perfectly. With these solar-powered blinds, you can harness the sun’s energy and use it to power your blind smart & easy.

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