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is the road to solar a solar road? - solar street light project

by:Litel Technology     2019-08-04
is the road to solar a solar road?  -  solar street light project
I'm Don Wilmot. Wilmot is a New Yorker. -
Write technical, tourism and Environmental Journalists for various publications and websites.
If solar energy really becomes the mainstream, we will need more solar panels.
It's not possible to lean on the roof alone.
That's why a news on the environmental blog a few months ago opened a bike lane in the Netherlands that could generate solar energy.
Solar Bicycle Path? Solar roads? Sounds great; let's do it!
The only obstacle is some formidable mathematics.
The World's First Solar Road--
All 230 feet--
Krommenie, a small town on the outskirts of Amsterdam.
SolaRoad is a project involving private investors, the government and the Netherlands Applied Science Research Organisation. It consists of a specific module with a measurement value of 2. 5 by 3. 5 meters.
Solar cells buried in concrete-
There is a centimeter thick tempered glass on the roadside.
Its creators hope that one day the solar energy generated by roads can be used for street lighting, traffic control and even electric cars.
At present, it can only generate enough electricity to illuminate about three Dutch families.
The world's first solar road was built in Cromini on the outskirts of Amsterdam. Despite its glass surface, the designer gave it some friction, so its 2,000 daily riders would not slip.
The bigger design problem is that roads can't face the sun. -
Open, so its energy-
The collection function is not optimized.
The good news is that solar roads don't need to take up extra land and can go directly through densely populated areas.
How much is it? -
Scale experiment cost?
Do you believe in three dollars? 7 million?
For those who score at home, this is a little more than $16,000 per foot.
At this price, a solar bike path runs the entire 13. -
A mile in Manhattan costs about $1.
Billion, high cost-
At least it's daunting.
Artists in Sandpoint, Idaho, have recreated a path to solar energy, and as other innovators push this technology forward, future costs are bound to fall.
Idaho is an example-
Solar Road launched a successful Indiegogo campaign last year to fund its vision of replacing asphalt and concrete pavement with solar panels. --
Compete with light emitting diodes for "paint" circuits and heating elements to melt snow and ice in the northern climate.
The company also received two rounds of funding from the Federal Highway Administration.
People on the solar road believe that if every road in the United States is solar energy, we will cut off the road in the United States. S.
Greenhouse gas emissions increased by 75%.
This road may be worth visiting.
Don Wilmot is a New Yorker. -
Write technical, tourism and Environmental Journalists for various publications and websites.
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