The World, Soleolico Produces Clean Energy

At the Palacio de la Magdalena in Santander, Spain, on October 6, Soleolico was introduced as the world’s first renewable energy generation technology. Combining solar and wind energy production is a ground-breaking and innovative solution in the field of renewable energy, and it will undoubtedly be crucial to the global energy shift.

“Soleolico is the result of many people’s effort, the ingenuity of many brilliant minds, many hours of work and effort, more than ten years of research, with over 5 million euros invested and more than 30 prototypes that have evolved,” said Carlos Serrada, President and Founder of the company.

The first wind turbine in the world, Soleolico, incorporates photovoltaic panels into its blades, or what they refer to as “sails”—aerodynamic sails that are oriented toward the wind via “blade guidance,” a patented magnetic system that adjusts each sail’s wind orientation to maximize energy extraction.

With the help of international patents, Soleolico has developed a game-changing technology that integrates solar, wind, and storage generation into a single system to provide “green” energy around the clock. In addition, Soleolico uses a special coating with patented technology that is made of natural substances that absorbs and changes CO2 to “clean” the air we breathe.

According to Serrada, a vertical-axis wind turbine has several benefits, including increased efficiency, the capacity to harness various wind types, a reduced visual and environmental effect, ease of installation and maintenance, increased longevity, and land usage. Furthermore, because Soleolico runs slowly—roughly seven rotations per minute—it produces little noise and poses no threat to wildlife.

As the “First Technological Tree” in the world, Soleolico produces clean energy with no environmental effect and removes greenhouse emissions while living in harmony with its surroundings.

With performance up to 25% better than existing wind turbines, its wind capacity is unique and leads to higher profitability with a similar investment. Furthermore, the feedback effect between installed Soleolico units can boost performance by around 15%.

It is suggested that Soleolico be used in grid-connected generating parks or self-consumption and distributed generation as an ideal and adaptable hybrid generation solution. According to Serrada, “Soleolico features a state-of-the-art battery recharge management system that provides higher performance and durability and integrates with any energy storage solution available in the market.”

Moreover, as Serrada said, “a custom coating can be designed for its tower, 3D-printed, to have a specific appearance, as we are showing here today, or to blend in more with the environment.”

LaMáquina uses Pure Tech technology to 3D print the coating, which absorbs CO2. “Our calculations, based on data from the European Environmental Agency and our certified laboratories, show that the installation of 1,000 units of Soleolico absorbs the same amount of CO2 as 287 trees in a year,” says Aldo Sollazzo, Director of Pure Tech.

Because it makes no noise, moves gently, and can be modified to meet the demands of the user and the surroundings, Soleolico is a science and nature hybrid that is also beneficial to animals. Additionally, Soleolico’s proprietary technology is a significant advance that enables solar panels to be customized to show desired graphics, corporate colors, or even ads.

Stable, Sustainable, and Easily Achievable Energy

“Compared to the challenges that other renewable energy generation options may pose, Soleolico presents itself as an optimal and versatile hybrid generation solution,” said Pablo Fernández de la Torre, CEO and partner of Soleolico. The sole technology that fully satisfies the three criteria of future energy, he said, is soleolico as it provides accessibility, sustainability, and stability—the three fundamental energy demands of the populace.

“With its blade system designed by engineer Pedro Terrón and photovoltaic support, the performance of Soleolico is superior to that of other technologies, providing a highly competitive energy price,” he said, explaining why Soleolico is affordable. Additionally, Soleolico may be utilized in self-consumption solutions as well as generating parks because to its size and power (10 kW). It can also be situated in regions with access to solar and wind energy, with less restrictions on safety, aesthetics, or environmental preservation.

In addition, it offers sustainable energy that is “generated from natural resources, the sun, and wind, with no noise and low speed, and Pure.Tech technology purifies the air, with a low environmental impact.”
Finally, it delivers steady energy since “it generates, thanks to the synchronous movement of its motor, 24 hours a day, combining sun and wind, achieving an increase in energy generation quality due to continuous flow and peak demand, and it provides inertia to the grid.”


“We are convinced that we can achieve the ambitious challenge of covering 1% of the renewable energy market worldwide within ten to fifteen years,” Fernández de la Torre said in reference to the company’s expansion objectives. It would entail making between 75 and 100 billion euros in income during this time by selling between 3 and 4 million Soleolico units. This signifies reaching a stable and reliable monthly manufacturing capacity of over 25,000 Soleolico on a worldwide scale.

“We have a commercial and industrial development plan, in addition to constant investment in R&D+i in the product,” the company’s CEO said in explaining how they have been able to achieve this growth. Our first goal is to build a plant in Spain, but we are actively seeking corporate, industrial, and/or commercial partners in every nation or region.

“We have an initial project in Sicily, with a park of 100 Soleolico units, and various institutions and companies have already shown interest,” he stated in reference to possible clients. “We have our sights set on the Greek islands, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and the Middle East,” he said.


According to Soleolico partner and marketing manager Roberto de Arquer, the functioning of this solar wind turbine “would be optimal in places with constant wind, high solar irradiation, non-extreme temperatures, and little shade” since it makes greater use of the wind and solar energy. Thus, low-energy access areas (islands, remote areas, developing areas), areas with abundant resources (coastal, mountainous, or desert areas), areas with limited space (urban, industrial, communities), or areas with high visual sensitivity (tourist areas, parks, residential areas…) are the best locations for Soleolico installation.

Additionally, the proportions, finishes, and external look of Soleolico can be modified to meet the aesthetic needs of the client or the setting in which it will be installed. Firàs Safieddine, an award-winning architect from Spain, is a visionary and creative designer of the Bespoke model of Soleolico.

Thanks to partnerships with the renewable project engineering firm SGP Energy, based in Santander, and the company Izpitek Solar, with its factory for photovoltaic modules adaptable to any structure, located in Bizkaia, even the solar sails of Soleolico can be personalized in colors and corporate or advertising images.

“With our patents and innovative options for applying vinyl to solar panels, the encapsulation of photovoltaic cells in the same fiberglass as the sail will allow many possibilities for blending in or customizing Soleolico,” stated Rafael González Alonso, CEO of Izpitek Solar, the company in charge of producing Soleolico’s composite photovoltaic panels.

Ultimately, Soleolico will continue to be optimized and become more efficient through the application of artificial intelligence.


One of the afternoon presenters, Alicia Carrasco, Director of the European energy strategy firm olivoENERGY and a renewables specialist who has previously worked at businesses like Tesla, also took part in the media presentation, which took place in the Palacio de la Magdalena’s Gala Dining Room. During his afternoon speech on “New business models and innovation for the energy transition,” Carrasco commended the organization on this creative endeavor and offered some insightful remarks. “You are offering solutions to the issues the European Union is currently facing with Soleolico.”

A Soleolico prototype was set up in the Palacio de la Magdalena’s outside space in honor of this presentation, and it remained there until October 9. The presentation was emceed by Santander’s mayor, Gema Igual Ortiz, who stated, “As a city dedicated to the environment, Santander is aware that the world needs sustainable technologies and renewable energies like those proposed by Soleolico.” I express my gratitude to the firm for selecting Santander to participate in an event that reflects our global reputation as a city of events, bolsters our active role in the energy transition, and is in line with our strategic commitment to sustainability.


In order to learn more about this new technology, representatives from national and international institutions, technology companies, consultants for the energy sector, and leaders in the energy transition came to Santander from countries like Sweden, India, China, the United States, Jordan, the Dominican Republic, Greece, or Saudi Arabia. Soleolico organized the afternoon presentation day.

The esteemed American writer and editor Dustin Plantholt, who has made major contributions to the disruptive media and technology fields, served as the host of this series of talks.

Apart from Soleolico’s presentation, there were other captivating talks by industry professionals during the event. A lawyer with expertise in cybersecurity and emerging technologies, Betania Allo, gave a remote talk on “The challenges of cybersecurity in the future of energy” from Saudi Arabia. Allo has over 10 years of experience working on public policy, has held executive positions all across the world, and has worked extensively on technological initiatives at the UN.

Four globally recognized specialists were invited by the organizers to talk on “Steps towards a sustainable future.” The CEO of AR International Group of Companies, Adam Roosevelt, who specializes in security and renewable energy, gave the viewpoint from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Mark Lindsay, a former assistant to President Clinton in the Office of Management and Administration (M&A) and adviser to the Livingston Group (including Africa GreenTec) on energy, environment, and health concerns, represented Africa on the same panel.

As a former legislator and business consultant in the energy sector, Steve Watkins, CEO of Access America Association, shared his perspective on the United States (remotely). The viewpoint from Europe was presented by Max Zammit, the vice president of Malta’s Eastern Region and mayor of Ta’Xbiex, a nation where renewable energy are essential.

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