Micro Power and Water Plants Suitable for Community Parks
These sustainable-energy parks almost never need connecting to electric grids
Imagine an impressive sculpture in the middle of your city’s park. It’s beautiful but it’s not just for display. It recycles polluted water into a drinkable quality, it has many ports where you can charge your devices, it has a 3D printer and it also lets you connect to the Internet—all of this is powered by a built-in solar panel. The Watly, a 35-meter long modular structure, strives to create a functional centerpiece fitting for future communities.
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