Flower Shaped Solar Panels

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    1. blue_peach 45 months ago | reply

      Green and cool

    2. Abbie Ostrem 45 months ago | reply

      And why aren't these everywhere?

    3. pan_poly 45 months ago | reply

      ...and these are the guys who make these beautiful PV sculptures - the BEST renewable energy suppliers in the USA!!

      www.solar-flairs.net/drupal/

      So pleased to see their work profiled here and appreciated. These are great guys!! ACE!!

    4. erconway1943 45 months ago | reply

      How can you go wrong, functional and beautiful. A win-win for everyone.

    5. will_call [deleted] 45 months ago | reply

      Great, stunning picture! I wish someday I'll take something like this. The fact that they're really functional is great, too.

    6. Ray's DIY Solar panels 43 months ago | reply

      That is some great creativity. I wish more people had this kind of imagination nowadays. Building solar panels is the way to go, we should popularize solar power more.

    7. EfstonScience - The Science SuperStore 42 months ago | reply

      What a great idea -- these are gorgeous -- was it really taken in Mississauga Ontario? do you have any more info on these! -- irene efston

    8. duffy522 38 months ago | reply

      Science and art for the good of humanity.....what could be better?
      Annie

    9. Thumpire45 36 months ago | reply

      I've seen these at a development in Austin, TX off of I-35.
      earthfirst.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/solar-sunflower...

    10. Yoly37 36 months ago | reply

      Very Beautiful Great for use at hospital , hotels, and school it will safe alot of power energy and at the same time help mother nature.

    11. TheSound1 36 months ago | reply

      I mean, it's cool and all, but by cutting the solar panels, you are reducing the amount of electricity you produce from the panels. I think that the flowers are cute, and great for visuals and awareness, but if your trying to power a house or a building off of just those few flowers, you aren't doing much. I have been with a guy in this industry for the better of 9 years in San Diego, which is the #1 solar spot in the country for the last 2 years. We do car ports out here, so employees have shaded cars, ground mounts for residents who have the space, and roof mounts. Who cares about a flower? It's just a visual.

    12. raquel255 36 months ago | reply

      i like it....wow.......

    13. venkykandallu 36 months ago | reply

      Simple change, yet makes a lot of difference..Hope these will come in different colors in the future...

    14. powderspringsgeorgia 36 months ago | reply

      They're practical, too. In high winds, the solar "petals" can close and protect the panels.

    15. laurie.langley 36 months ago | reply

      Please plant these everywhere :)

    16. ckcjac 36 months ago | reply

      They are truely a beautiful way to use our nature energies.

    17. thimbles4me 32 months ago | reply

      about time! I think more people would more willing to have something like that then somthing plain and boring.

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