The SOLARKIOSK comes in many configurations, shapes and sizes.
Much like a “platform” in the automotive industry, the basic model can be arbitrarily extended and modified, adapting to all kinds of uses depending on the local market, local tax benefits and the availability of local labor.
This renders the SOLARKIOSK attractive for purchase or license by private enterprises, entrepreneurs as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations and institutions.
A larger-size SOLARKIOSK can even produce enough energy to run a telecom tower reliably, while also providing security and maintenance. Mobile telecom requires a dense mesh of telecom towers, and current efforts of supplying energy to them via costly, inefficient diesel generators are problematic. As a result, various telecom providers have already expressed an interest in the SOLARKIOSK.
It will even be possible to connect multiple kiosks to create a local grid.