Solar Powered Streetlights by Romanova

Designer: Natalia Romanova

These lamps, Romanova plans, will have a metal spine, concrete base, recycled plastic panels, LED-arrays, elastic solar panels, and will be fitted with an alarm panel. The alarm panel will be reactive to signal emitters similar to those that activate stoplights activated by emergency vehicles presently. It will also react and shine according to volume and movement -because Romanova found that 43% of accidents in cities occur due to animal-related incidents, these alarm lights will twinkle when a scanner on the lamp detects volume movement more than 20 kg. Other spacial events will be detected and blinked about such as car accidents in the area.
The lamp will have electricity plugs for electro-cars. The power will come from something Romanova calls a “Global Electricity System” which collaboration system across all nations working together to share generated electricity.

Elastic Solar Panels “S=0.890 m, for one hour produce more than 1.3 KV of energy” – excellent considering the LED light arrays use less than .5 KV of energy. 


Alen Arther said...

Romanova style of solar street lights are looking good. It uses the solar energy, so that it doesn't need any extra electricity. It gets charged from solar lights during day and glows at night.
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