25 Apr '11, 11am

Solar Panels Bike Lanes/Roads Coming to Holland

Solar Panels Bike Lanes/Roads Coming to Holland

Now, this project is a little different than any of those. SolaRoad , by TNO, is a road that really doubles as a solar panel. The specific design and material are yet to be finalized, and a pilot project in North Holland it going to test out some options. The pilot project’s features are such:

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/04/25/solar-panels-bike-lan...

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