The smartflower all-in-one solar energy system gives flower power a literal sense with its botanical-influenced solar panels that are sprouting up across America. The ‘plug-&-play’ home appliances, dubbed the smartflower POP, is a photovoltaic system that takes the form of a flower, with solar panel ‘petals’ that automatically unfurl when the sun rises in the morning. The device directs its 18 M2 solar modular fan towards the sun and begins producing electricity to power your hot shower, coffee machine, and breakfast radio. The fan more reliably along with the sun throughout the day which allows the module to produce 40 X more energy that a static solar device. Inspired by the shape of a sunflower, the smartflower POP produces between 3,400 and 6,200 KWH per year, which completely covers the average electricity consumption of a household in central Europe. To enable more people than before to produce their own clean power for their home, the sunflower design fits as an inspiration as it uses solar energy more efficiently than almost any other plant. Once upon a time a concept, now the smartflower has been realized and is being installed at various locations across America. The kinetic all-in-one system, which can be delivered, assembled, and installed in just a few hours, is popular in open spaces and is also electric vehicle-compatible with external EV charging stations. For residential use the original smartflower base model is a fully integrated photovoltaic system comes in eight different colors.