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There were several objectives behind the Solar Tree but the foremost was to find new and interesting ways to engage people on energy issues. By using art and sculpture (far more interesting than.

Great project @AtBristol: charge your phone on The Energy Tree with #solar panel 'leaves' http://bbc.in/1IGoNxI

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Recycling solar panels to create a beautiful sculpture that will charge phones. Created by artist John Packer and Demand Energy Equality with the help of the Bristol Drugs project, the Solar Tree is 'planted' in Millennium Square, Bristol

Designed by John Packer. The 20ft metal sculpture uses bio-mimicry to imitate a natural tree form, with 36 'leaves' composed of solar photo-voltaic ('solar PV') panels, fabricated by participants from the Bristol Drugs Project during practical energy workshops delivered by Demand Energy Equality.

These days, renewable technologies not only generate 25 per cent of the UK’s electricity, they also generate plenty of data, giving us the chance to get a clear picture of what’s really going on.