Recently, solar panels have come to work again. This time, it has become a tree. The dense wires in many cities are also a kind of "urban disease". Even if it is buried underground, it is disturbing because long-distance transmission will cause a lot of waste. High-voltage transmission will also bring environmental pollution. After seeing some of the city's "wire pollution," I thought of using solar panels to power the residents nearby, which could reduce energy waste and material waste. In order to reduce the floor space and save the construction cost, the solar panels are installed in the form of branches of the tree, and a solar power tree erected on the street as a storage street lamp for solar panel configuration can be used to get rid of the wire bond. Excess electrical energy can also be used by urban residents.
The solar power tree can be divided into several to a dozen branches as needed, and each branch is equipped with 1 to 4m2 of solar panels. These solar panels continuously absorb solar energy during the day to generate electricity. Even on cloudy days, they can absorb the weak sunlight passing through the clouds to generate electricity. Some of this energy is stored to provide electricity for street public facilities, and the rest is incorporated into the public power grid. Provide electricity for living to nearby residents.
Nowadays, people can see rows of solar power trees in many cities. These solar power trees can also be built on the original idle land of the streets, such as abandoned landfills, becoming a “solar power forest”. "It can also be reconstructed on the basis of the energy storage street lamps equipped with the original solar panels on the street. Each "tree" is a new type of street light, beautiful scenery, which uses solar panels to absorb the whole day. Solar panels are available for night illumination for 4 consecutive nights. According to the researchers' estimates, if only the existing street lamps are converted into solar power trees, 10% of the existing electricity can be provided, which can greatly reduce carbon dioxide emissions.