Velkess desktop demonstration unit
Gray’s “soft” rotor is made of E-glass
Bill Gray is looking to the past to reinvent the future of energy storage with a new take on the spinning flywheel
The existing prototype flywheel floats on a high efficiency magnetic bearing assembly, can make or absorb 2 kW of power, and can store 0.5 kWh of energy
The Velkess flywheel floats on a high efficiency magnetic bearing assembly
It's no secret that the successful future of wind, solar and other renewable sources hinges on the development of cost effective energy storage systems. Silicon Valley inventor Bill Gray believes his novel approach to flywheel technology could be the answer.
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