Check this out: Utilizing Wind Power at the Eiffel Tower

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Wind turbines installed on the Eiffel Tower. Wind turbines installed on the Eiffel Tower.

Some things just seem like a no-brainer. Wouldn’t it be radical if each home, business, and car produced its own energy? Maybe this seems unbelievable and impossible to you, but I challenge you to open your mind to the possibility. Because IT IS POSSIBLE, my friends!

The Eiffel Tower is ahead of the curve here (go France!). Two wind turbines were installed way high up near the second level of the tower. These turbines will produce enough energy to power the first floor of the tower (restaurants, souvenir shops, exhibition space).


The Eiffel Tower Goes Green .

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Take care at our planet, go Green.

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