Wireless sensor networks are a distributed and non-transferable resource. Over time, variations in energy availability would likely to arise. Protocols will be similar to routing trees may concentrate energy handling at certain nodes. Differences in energy harvest should arise from environmental variations, such as if one node is in the form of cluster and another is in the shade, can produce variations in charging rates and battery levels. The authors propose a novel approach for mobile users to collect the network-wide large data. The routing node structure of data collection is additively updated with the group of the mobile user.