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May
2022

Defying the law of physics through the Panhwar energy system that proficiently powers electric planes

Essentially, electric planes require substantial amount of energy to fly longer distances, carry heavy cargo, and accommodate an increased passenger load but relying on heavy batteries certainly does not help accomplish the task. Thus, Panhwar pursued an alternative technique that induced the instigation of energy by employing wind to power electric planes.

This led to the prelude of the project ElectroEdge, a wind generator that would aspire to defeat the heavy battery limitations electric planes currently encountered. The Panhwar team Co-Founder/CEO Ayisha Fareed Panhwar and Co-Founder/ Chief Engineer Nick Panhwar began working on approximately three years ago. The Panhwar team prevailed a year ago when ElectroEdge produced four times more energy than input it was receiving. Although ElectroEdged proved to be prosperous, both founders acknowledged that there was still room for improvement.

On May 2, 2022, a final test was conducted with an updated prototype, where ElectroEdge produced 7.36kw (AC) given the input was merely 511watts (DC), meaning it generated over 14 times more energy compared to the input (Output: 120volts and 61.3amps: Input: 22.2V and 23Amps). Above all, ElectroEdge can be entirely customizable based on load and application demands.

Bear in mind that this prototype was 3D printed, according to Co-Founder and Chief Engineer Nick Panhwar, around 35% of the efficiency is naturally expected to intensify when the unit is constructed with titanium and aluminum.

Panhwar team continuously clung to the belief that “Whatever you think, you can do it. You are the only person who knows you can do it. Don’t listen to other people if they try to put you down,” Nick says. “At one time, I was told I was a complete idiot. But take those things as motivation and try your best. You are the one with the idea. Others haven’t done it, so they think it’s impossible. But if you think it’s possible, never give up on your dreams.”

According to Co-founder and CEO of Panhwar ElectroEdge will be kept in their new Las Vegas office by early June 2022 and she encourages related institutions and individuals to visit our office and verify the results which defied the law of physics. Furthermore, Panhwar is also in the works of revealing its first 4-seater electric aircraft in the next few weeks while anticipating going under FAA certification.

Ensuing the success of their prototype, Panhwar is speaking with potential investors to embed ElectroEdge in electric cars to enrich the range of electric cars up to 5 times and thereby reduce dependence on immoderate batteries- according to Co-Founder and CEO of Panhwar.

Ensuing the success of their prototype, Panhwar is speaking with potential investors to embed ElectroEdge in electric cars to enrich the range of electric cars up to 5 times and thereby reduce dependence on immoderate batteries- according to Co-Founder and CEO of Panhwar.