If there’s been one thing about the solar energy that reduced, this must be the end-price for a solar panel unit and the overall drastic decrease in operational costs for residential solar energy systems… Still, despite these, the end customer needs a..
The UK government proved once again that it’s not that conservative. By accepting the progressive renewable energy industry, the government planned few new highways across the Britain to be equipped with built-in solar panels. That plan started with a cooperation with an enthusiastic UK family, the Internet and a crowdfunding…
The futuristic Solar Highways project will, of course, be powered by the sunlight energy. But the transformation from a family company’s environmentalist dream to a mainstream reality was made possible only with the popular support and people’s power.
The technology is a long-term brainchild of Scott and Julie Templeton, who have almost tripled their initial goal of getting £1 million through crowdfunding site Indiegogo. It was a necessity, in order to take the project to the next level and to build a prototype car park.