Interconnected Solar Infrastructure For A Zero-Emission World

Interconnected Solar Infrastructure For A Zero-Emission World
Design

Architects Ferda Kolatan and Erich Schoenenberger of the design studio SU11 have been working with the Journey To Zero project to model city infrastructures with the technology to support zero-emissions vehicles.

Kyle Studstill
  • 5 january 2010

Architects Ferda Kolatan and Erich Schoenenberger of the design studio SU11 have been working with the Journey To Zero project to model city infrastructures with the technology to support zero-emissions vehicles. Their conceptual E-Vine design takes a nodal approach to building a network of interconnected stations throughout cities, each capable of collecting solar energy for use by zero-emissions vehicles and personal mobile devices.

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