The experimentation and design of green generators is on the rise as engineers strive to render human societies more ecologically sustainable. Mango by Adam Miklosi is a shining example of a remarkably resourceful concept that's not satisfied to simply cultivate the rewards of just one natural endowment.
The lofty stem-like structure has been modeled after the exquisite form of a seedling and magnified in size to optimize its yield. A pair of broad mango leaves seem to sprout from the arching stalk and are equipped with an intricate mesh of small solar panels and perforations.
The former have been positioned to soak up the intense rays of the Indian sun and the latter are spread out to best collect vast quantities of monsoon rain. As water runs down the Mango by Adam Miklosi, it engages a set of turbines. This way, energy is produced during all seasons with this ingenious idea.
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Mango by Adam Miklosi Makes Efficient Use of the Sun and Falling Rain
- By: Amelia RoblinFeb 14, 2012