Solar Tree: A Modern Approach in Renewable Energy

Dhananjay S. Khirdikar, Krishna T Madrewar


The Solar Tree is a revolutionary concept in the field of renewable energy that combines the benefits of solar energy with the aesthetics of urban landscapes. This sustainable solution is designed to provide clean and green energy to urban areas, while also enhancing the visual appeal of public spaces. The Solar Tree is a modern approach to renewable energy that utilizes solar panels arranged in a tree-like structure to capture and store solar energy. Trees can be installed in various urban settings, including parks, plazas, and public spaces. This abstract explores the potential of the Solar Tree as a sustainable solution for urban landscapes and highlights its benefits in promoting clean energy, reducing carbon footprint, and improving the overall quality of life in cities.


Solar energy, renewable energy, carbon footprint, clean energy, clean energy

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