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A NASA Conrad Challenge Project
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Are you tired of relying on fossil fuels for your energy needs? Are you looking for a more sustainable and renewable solution? Introducing Exolene, the all-in-one renewable energy machine.
With Exolene, you'll never have to worry about running out of power. And best of all, you'll be reducing your carbon footprint and doing your part to protect the environment.
So why wait? Make the switch to Exolene today and join the renewable energy revolution.
Exolene harnesses the power of solar energy, biofuels, compost, and molten salt to create a small but high-powered machine. Whether you need energy for your home or business, Exolene has you covered.
🔆 Our solar panels capture the energy of the sun, converting it into electricity that can be used to power your appliances and devices. And when the sun isn't shining, our biofuels and compost come into play. These renewable sources create energy through the natural decomposition process, providing a steady stream of power.
But that's not all.
Exolene also utilizes molten salt energy, which is created by using heat from the sun to melt salt and store it in a compartment of the machine. This stored energy can be used to generate electricity at any time, even when the sun isn't shining.

Early Stage Mockup
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Components
Using Molten Salt to store the heat - Proven by MIT ()The heat from molten salt warms water in the heat exchanger, transferring energy to a usable form.
Anerobic Digestors and Incinerators for Biogas ( To be added in the machine near the byproduct filtering system and generator) convert organic waste into usable energy through the process of anaerobic digestion or incineration. The heat generated in these processes can be captured and used in a Heat Exchanger to transfer the heat to a usable form, such as hot water or steam.
By-product filtering with heat-resistant fungi.

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