Powerpack365 : Future Generation of Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Could Powerpack365 be the next generation power supply? Well, according to Phil Pauley, this concept is a revolution in portable power supply as part of “Mobile/Smart Grid” application framework that communicates directly with a central national infrastructure to maintain lifecycle management. Powerpack365 power supply has been designed in a range of sizes to suit all applications from mobile to domestic scales. This smart power supply provides electrical item management for up to 365 days or a year of continual use.

Designer : Philip Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley


Basically Powerpack365 system consists of an arrangement of solar cells and light emitting technology facing each other within an enclosed case. These solar cells generate twice the amount of power required from the light source in this way the extra energy can be utilized to power third party devices. The power pack rides pillion attaching to the back of third party devices and the power is transferred wirelessly directly into your gadgets such as cell phones, laptops, tablets, or even flat screen TVs. For a larger scale domestic use, user can install racking systems similar to tall fridge freezers in a room within any home to act as independent electrical power supply.

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

Powerpack365 Power Supply by Phil Pauley

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One thought on “Powerpack365 : Future Generation of Power Supply by Phil Pauley

  1. Description doesn't make much sense. It sounds like this is a power generating system using solar power, which receives it's light from "light emitting technology"? Is it something like tritium or phosphorescent light that requires no energy source? It needs more description. Is bacteria involved?

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