Reyhan Jamalova’s invention arouses great interest at 25th International Caspian Oil & Gas Exhibition

Baku, June 1, AZERTAC

As earlier reported, within the 25th Anniversary International Caspian Oil & Gas Exhibition and Conference, the State Agency on Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources (ABOEM) of the Republic of Azerbaijan has presented its solar panels, hybrid systems, 6V/90As accumulators, LED light bulbs, ABOEM magnetic energy generators and other products.

At the Exhibition, Azerbaijan’s young inventor Reyhan Jamalova has exhibited her invention “Rainergy”, which not only collects rainwater but harvests energy from it for later use and makes it possible to generate electricity from rainwater. Jamalova’s first tests carried out on magnetic generator later was improved to use it in household facilities.

The equipment consists of four main parts: a rainwater collector, a water tank, an electric generator and a battery. The collector fills the reservoir with rainwater, after which water flows at high speed through the generator and generates energy. The generated energy accumulates in the accumulator, reduces the pressure on the power line and provides the communities in need with additional sources of electricity.

The invention aroused deep interest among the participants of the 25th Anniversary International Caspian Oil & Gas Exhibition from Uzbekistan, Belarus, Turkey and other countries.

Within the Exhibition, the experts held a special seminar and consultations on alternative and renewable energy sources and relevant researches carried out in Azerbaijan.

The energy based project of Azerbaijani student was also presented at the Global Summit of Entrepreneurship in India and was also assessed by the State Committee for Standardization, Metrology and Patents and the Center for Patents and Trademarks, who signed an agreement with the young inventor.

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