How We Harness
the Sun

Our Energy Panels Produce Electricity Constantly - Day and Night


Our Sun - Source of Energy

1 hour of energy from our sun = 1 year of power for the entire world

All energy we use on earth comes from the Sun - directly or indirectly.

If our sun is shining 24 hours a day, why do solar panels only work 6 hours a day?

The sun is constantly producing substantial infrared, visible, ultraviolet, x-ray, gamma and cosmic energy.

Solar Energy Overview (Wikipedia)

How Our Energy Panels Work

ZPower scientists discovered the secret to producing constant electricity by collecting the non-visible spectrum of the sun's energy.

Our Technology Advantages:

• Constant Clean Energy
• Baseload Utility Solar Power
• High energy density
• Long life (solid-state) - EMP Protected
• No Fuel - No Emissions - No Pollution

Clean • Affordable • Constant Electricity

Technology Development


1-ft sq energy panel
produces over 300 watts of electricity

We developed dozens of prototypes, producing 100 watts to 300 kilowatts of electricity. Our 20 years of research consists of an investment of $5 million from several PhD scientists and engineers.

Technology Demonstration

We can show a technology proof of concept model, producing over 300 watts of electricity. 

Our model has been shown to dozens of university professors, engineers, scientists and businessmen.

Demonstrations have occured in numerous locations around the world - during the day and night - inside and outside - clear skies or stormy weather.

Our Flagship Product - 
1MW Power Plant


We're ready to finalize our 50 Kilowatt (50KW) Power Cube (4-foot size block).

This 'building block' is the essential element to complete our flagship product: the 1 Megawatt (1MW) Power Plant.

This 1MW Power Plant will be housed in a custom 20-foot container, containing twenty of the 50KW Power Cubes producing one million watts (1MW) of electricity.

The ZPower 1MW Power Plant delivers enough electricity for about 500 homes.


Illustrative ZPower 2MW Power Plants installed at a
Utility Substation (20 megawatts total)


Scottsdale, AZ, USA
London, UK


Email: info (at)
Phone: Contact Us