CDEFG Park Reuses Car Exhaust To Produce Energy



CDEFG Park, futuristic city, green future
Being highly functional and up to contemporary need is the Carbon Dioxide Eliminating Floating Green Park designed by Adrian Lo. The whole idea of the park is super sustainable, as power is to be produced out of carbon dioxide with the help of algae, and adjustable through its modular structure. CDEFG Park will employ algae cells to produce (from car fumes) oxygen and hydrogen, with the letter being converted into electricity with fuel cells and stored in storage units forming floating platforms. The park is be filled with greenery as the by-product of it ingenious activity is water that will irrigate vegetation.
Via: DesignBuzz.com
CDEFG Park, futuristic city, green future

CDEFG Park, futuristic city, green future

CDEFG Park, futuristic city, green future


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