Wind-powered light show

Shell Renewables is organizing a light show in London, England designed to imitate the Northern Lights on the south shore of the Thames.

A stretch of 40 trees will be used to mount lighting, sound and atmospheric equipment, and the entire thing will be powered by a 43-metre Vestas wind turbine. The light show will be different every night, directed by the weather conditions, from temperature to tide levels.

It is designed to showcase and help people visualize how much power can be pulled from the wind.

The Britsh government is currently considering proposals that would promote wind energy by making it more difficult for local councils from rejecting the clean power generators.


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