Environmental & Sustainable Design:
This is a mega power station that merges wind with solar. The Wind station has a large wingspan and has a surface area roughly the size of a football field. This means structures can be built on top of the turbine meaning instead of them being something that takes up space which can be wasted when they are not in use, they can be useful all the time, if not generating wind or solar energy, then as a structure for service.
The Wind station is designed with safety in mind. Because of this, it has appropriate railing on the top so people cannot fall off, a large mesh grill covering the turbine section which stops birds and bugs getting in but still lets the wind in. The Solar panels on the side also allow the wind to be controlled into the turbines and can generate extra energy.
This turbine is designed with costal townes in mind. It is designed to have protected blades so birds cannot get in, a solar shell to generate energy while the turbines are not in uce and the shell also reduces the sound produced bu the turbines meaning they are virtually silent for passers by. The turbines also have a strip light built in so they can double up as street lights and a moss top for birds to nest so it discorages them from nesting where they should not.
This umbrella is designed to provide all the same benefits as ordinary umbrellas but incorporates flexible solar panels and has a secondary top which acts as a tind turbine. This means it can charge devices and provide light for people in the evenings.
This is based on a traditional wind turbine, but with one major change. This turbine uses artificially created moss to reduce the amount of noise they produce. The moss on these turbines can reduce wind noise, but still have the same aerodynamic qualities.