Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The River Clyde

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Clyde


Glasgow Photos
This photo of Glasgow is courtesy of TripAdvisor

                                                             Tradeston Bridge
                                             

Solar Lily pads at river Clyde

Whereas most urban design schemes to generate more renewable electricity would usually focus on rooftop photovoltaics or wind turbines on public buildings, it takes a creative leap to envision Solar Lily Pads. But of course, the idea is perfectly natural, and makes good sense when you consider that the intrinsic design of the lily pad is all about maximizing access to the sun’s rays. We hope this great idea takes off and inspires both city governments and other designers to get creative with the design of photovoltaics.

Read more: SOLAR LILY PADS Proposed for Glasgow’s Clyde River | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World 

4 comments:

Rup said...

That is indeed interesting. :)

Pilot-Pooja said...

Came across this river while reading something; surely it is very interesting.

You are really lucky Rupesh, spending so many months in Europe while studying and staying at the one of the world's best technical hub!

Rup said...

:) bas pooja aap logon ki dua hai...

will be finishing my course in april.. i mean almost.. just 1 subject will be left and that will be in July... looking for the next step... lets see if something good comes up with internship and thesis.. :)

Pilot-Pooja said...

I am sure this experiment of yours will pay you great results!