Generating electricity with air flow on the roads
Britain plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using wind turbines around traffic lights. Barry Thompson, a Kent businessman, has developed a bizarre device that uses the airflow from a car to provide the energy needed for a traffic light. The entrepreneur believes that the surplus energy produced by the rotating cylinders of this turbine can be resold to the distribution network. The cost of building each turbine is estimated at هزار 20,000. Also, the energy produced by this turbine is equivalent to electricity, which is produced from solar panels in an area of 21 square meters. According to Thomson, this turbine can be upgraded in the future to have a more efficient performance in addition to reducing volume and size.