Japan's UFO Solar Processors
While China concentrates on cleaning its parks' water systems with solar power, Japan has gone the clean water route one step further. NTT Facilities have developed solar power processing plants that look more like UFOs than functioning tools. They claim that the system can remove pollutants from up to 2,400 gallons of water per day. Used in Osaka's Dontonbori Canal, each sucks up water from the bottoms and sends it out clean on the top. The result is both an attractive fountain and a way to keep the solar panels cool.
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at August 26, 2009 9:10 AM