VIDEO: Engineers in the Netherlands say their energy-generating road surface is more successful than expected, six months into trial

In November 2014, PVBuzz reported on the construction of the worlds first Solar-Powered Bike Lane — SolarRoad. We also reported on another project that involved bike paths with glow-in-the-dark technology and solar-powered LED lights in the Netherlands. A recent report from Al Jazeera provides an update that the Dutch solar road now makes enough energy to power households, adding that they are working better than expected. The 70-metre test track has generated 3,000kwh of electricity in its first six months – enough to power a single-person household for a year. In the above video, Al Jazeera’s Tarek Bazley was in […]
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