Solar road, save and green

Solar road: A nationwide system could produce more clean renewable energy than a country uses as a whole

Solar road: A nationwide system could produce more clean renewable energy than a country uses as a whole

Imagine this … Would you like to drive your electric car on roads that don’t have potholes, don’t need re-construction every year, roads that will ‘self clean’ snow or ice on them in the winter, and have illuminated lines that you can see? Solar roadways will be able to accomplish all of this with existing technology.

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The Phoenix Towers part of China’s Eco-Cities

Phoenix Towers China

Three of the spheres between the planned Phoenix Towers will be themed restaurants. Courtesy Chetwoods Architects

As China struggles with it’s industrial emissions, the concept of a new eco-city is a possible model for it’s sustainable development.

Last year the academy of social science, launched the 2014 ecological city ‘the greenwork’, with technical solutions to get cities green. One of the sustainable solutions is ‘The Phoenix Towers’ in Wuhan.  Read More

Bujagali hydropower plant in Uganda

The 250-MW Bujagali hydropower plant in Uganda demonstrates that large-scale private power infrastructure projects can be built successfully in Africa. This is the first power project built in Uganda to secure private financing.

Interconnection with Kenya

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