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Moving Away from flat Solar Panels to PVtrees: Exploring Ideas and People's Perceptions
Photovoltaic Trees (PVTrees) are artificial solar structures that look like sculptural trees and exist from small scale (size of a bonsai tree) to large scale (about the size of a wind turbine). The aesthetics of solar trees differ and they have been designed to provide different means of power to different urban and built environments. These range from powering mobile phones, electric cars, buildings and street lights covering small and large scale areas (one or a forest of PVTrees). Thisdoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.466 fatcat:gxsefapjarcohibsn5rctkvism