Futuristic Solar-Powered Tree “eTree” In Israel
The first solar-powered station designed to look like a tree provides users with a free Wi-Fi spot charging station, seating and cool drinking water.
The eTree will be hitting other cities in Israel and the plan is for it to be released globally. Here is a video to show the functionality of the “tree”.
eTree was successfully launched in October 2014 in the Sustainability Garden at Ramat Hanadiv, Israel. The prototype tree won broad media interest locally and abroad.
eTree is an environmental enterprise, an ecological sculpture that aims to promote awareness to sustainability within the community.
eTree is powered by solar panels that produce energy directly from the sun. It is an independent unit that produces green energy and provides a place of comfort and energy for a wide variety of services.
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