Ferraris ERR (Energy Recycling Reservoir) System 

We proudly introduce world's first and only Ferraris ERR System created by Ferraris. The Ferraris ERR System is decentralized power generator. 

Ferraris providing a revolutionary paradigm of efficient electric power generation by using magnetic energy harvesting based on existing power lines via the Ferraris ERR System, which composed of multiple Tolenoid C® for high power (  ) with state of art Linear power scalability technology.

Ferraris ERR System is designed to be multiple contactless attached to incoming power lines to harness induced electrical energy from magnetic energy variation produced from AC power lines. The harnessed electrical energy then can be stored in the battery to be used when needed or real-time distributed to the Load, which means magnetic energy harvesting and using power for Load are happened at the same time.

For example, the high power lines, such as commercial building, EV Charging station (Level 3 charging), server operating company, markets (Costco, Whole foods market, VONS, Ralphs and 7/11 etc.), cold storage, frozen foods storage, factories, solar farm, wind farm and more potential customers can be easily used to harness the magnetic energy constantly from their existing power distribution lines without upgrading power source.

Under assumption that Ferraris ERR System is installed in 100, 200 or 1,000 different buildings, sudden power outages or shortages arising from emergency situations, the Ferraris ERR System can be used to provide steady electrical energy to power the building’s load. This could potentially be used to save lives by providing alternative to medical facility’s backup generators as the network of buildings (InterBuilding Power Energy Network) using Ferraris ERR System can support such facilities in the direst circumstances. 

Ferraris have developed Ferraris ERR System with remote monitoring power and control systems that can simultaneously operate on more 1,000 different sites.


Introducing Ferraris ERR System