Mobile Station PROMETHEUS Is Your Power and Water Source in Harsh Environments

Mobile station PROMETHEUS has been designed to provide reliable power and water supply in harsh environments. This station consists of telescopic boom with wind generator and flexible solar panels, water generator, water filter, diesel generator, water tanks, communication center. This station can use completely renewable energy or as a hybrid system with diesel generator. Mobile station PROMETHEUS has also been designed to produce drinkable water from water or river.

If there is problem with water station, the operator can utilize Atmospheric Water Generator which can produce up to 700l of potable water per 24h. The main station body looks like an off-road truck, and it’s detachable, therefore it can be connected with other stations providing together more power and water supply, perfect for military purposes.

Designer : Volodya Domaretskii

Mobile station PROMETHEUS by Volodya Domaretskii

Mobile station PROMETHEUS by Volodya Domaretskii

Mobile station PROMETHEUS by Volodya Domaretskii

Mobile station PROMETHEUS by Volodya Domaretskii

Mobile station PROMETHEUS by Volodya Domaretskii

Tuvie has received “Mobile station PROMETHEUS” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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Stephen Russell says: February 28, 2012

Test in Haiti, Chile, Brazil, Africa alone, India.

Echo says: March 28, 2012

Interesting idea. It'd be a lot more feasible though if it were designed to either fit on a PLS rack or preferably in one or two 20 foot containers. That way the PLS truck (which you've put in your diagrams) could just drop it off and leave and the system as a whole would be much more transportable, for instance by rail, ship or semi-truck.

PLS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palletized_load_syst







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