Bloomberg. How is energy generated from wind energy? What does it look like inside a wind gondola? What happens when the sun shines on solar cells? How can an electric car be charged using renewable energy sources? These questions are answered at the newly opened All Electric Society park. After a year of construction, this technology park, built along the road to Bloomberg’s Phoenix Contact, is now open to visitors.
According to the company’s press release, the “All-Electric Society” is a science-based vision for the future of a CO2-neutral, sustainably developed world. “That’s why everything in the park revolves around renewable energy, and how to generate, store and use it efficiently,” he says.
The new entrance gate to the company’s headquarters at the beginning of Flachsmarkstrasse demonstrates how the “Total Electric Community” can become a reality based on the flow of energy from extraction, conversion, storage and distribution to optimal energy use.
A picture of the real world
Therefore, the garden must be an exact replica of the real world in miniature. The distinctive feature is a solar tree with a diameter of twelve meters on the rotor, which is always aligned at a right angle to the sun.
In the garden, visitors can expect large, transparent glass cubes, called “cubes”, whose steps appear along the flow of energy over an area of about 7,600 square metres. “Renewable energy production is represented by solar and wind energy,” she says. The efficient use of this energy can then be demonstrated concretely using examples of electric mobility and energy-optimized buildings. Interactive stations also invite you to participate and discover.
The area is freely accessible and can be visited at any time. The “Cubes” are open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Free admission.
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