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Escultura de Energia Renovável

Bristol mostra que cidades podem fazer para combater a mudança climática http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/cop21-climate-change-bristol-1.3347443 … #renewables #cycle

Solar Tree « Golden Jubilee || A unique lighting concept that combines avante-garde design with renewable energy technology. A solar tree is an aesthetic means of producing solar energy. It uses multiple solar panels which form the shape of a tree by assistance of poles. This is a project that would symbolise the inherent atmosphere of art, culture and science on campus. This project would be taken by the GE3 as a part of the Golden Jubilee of the Students’ Gymkhana.

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Create your own custom Small-Medium Live-Edge Wood Slab Light Fixture with Hanging Edison Bulbs Chandelier / Rustic- Earthy/ Sculptural

Lustre feito de um corte na madeira aproveitando as curvas dos galhos. Fantástico

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Metal Wind Sculpture | born 1954 salt lake city ut lives and works on orcas island wa

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A collection of sculptural light pieces….worth checking out. renewable energy art « Infrascape Design

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New Silent Wind Tree Turbines Make Energy Production Beautiful

New Silent Wind Tree Turbines Make Energy Production Beautiful | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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Transition Network project "The Newton Abbot Energy Sculptures" represent 5 sources of renewable energy.

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Michael Jantzen's Solar Eclipse Pavilion is a Public Sculpture that Doubles as a Renewable Energy Source

Michael Jantzen’s Solar Eclipse Pavilion is a sprawling steel sculpture designed to create a public meeting space amidst the sculpture’s legs. But rather than just be an artful piece for public consumption, the larger than life pavilion is capped with a 7,000 square foot array of photovoltaic solar cells!

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Renewable Energy Blog - MOTHER EARTH NEWS - Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Policy

8 renewable energy projects that are definitely not ugly. - Climate Council

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