The MOTO+PARA Renewable Energy Lab™ aggregates and capitalizes on all technology that allows for the collection, creation, storage, and distribution of sustainable energy and sources of energy that exist within and extends beyond a structure and can be applied to transportation in all its forms.
This energy is converted to electricity to solely power or augment transportation crafts – whether land, sea, or air. Areas of concentration include but are not limited to:
Gasification Waste 2 Energy Reactors
In an effort to reduce landfill waste by using it as a prime biomass energy source, MOTOPARA Foundation™ is dedicated to gasification technology for biomass waste-to-energy conversion. This form of energy production has been in existence for decades and provides a solution to two primary situations: what to do with biomass waste created by humans and animals, and renewable energy sources. The Foundations explore gasification as the base energy source, as do many organizations working in this space.
The key differentiator is that our Foundation uses a combination of wind and solar technologies as the priming energy source – rather than electricity, which is used by most gasification systems today.
Within the MOTO+PARA Renewable Energy Lab™, various technologies are being utilized to create the most effective combination of methodologies to capture all forms of waste using FOG Interceptors combined with cutting edge gasification hearths and regenerative single stream biodiesel reactors, all of which are offset by solar, wind, and bidirectional/intermittent tidal technologies whenever applicable and practical.
Solar energy is currently being used throughout the world with a wide variety of success. The issue with solar energy, much like wind energy, is that it is intermittent by nature and current deployments do not effectively address this. MOTO+PARA Renewable Energy Lab™ is taking a different approach by utilizing our partnerships all across the renewable energy industry. We are working closely with our partners to harness the intermittent energy of solar through a wide variety of designs and applications including rooftop photovoltaic panels, solar HVAC, solar parabolic dishes, exterior solar collection roof tiles, exterior building cladding, solar road surface paver tiles, and one of the most promising, spherical photovoltaic/thermal collectors. Additionally, a key focus of MOTO+PARA Renewable Energy Lab’s™ work is the effective capture and storage of this energy until such time as it is needed.
Wind energy is currently being used throughout the world with a wide variety of success. The issue with wind energy, much like solar, is that it is intermittent by nature and current deployments do not effectively address this. MOTO+PARA Renewable Energy Lab™ is applying an approach to this issue in both solar and wind energy by utilizing our partnerships all across the renewable energy industry. We are working closely with these partners to harness the intermittent energy of the wind atop structures and storing that energy until it is needed. We are developing as well as testing many different configurations from helical and vertical or horizontal scoop turbine design, to innovative sail and even blade-less oscillating designs – all with the approach of efficiency as well as the protection of birds and other so-called flying animals.
In an effort to research, develop and educate on renewable energies, MOTOPARA Foundation™ is committed to relationships with think tanks and other working groups as well as education of local, national, and international organizations.