Solar-roofed 'immigration bridge' floated for Canberra

December 2006
Ecos;Dec2006/Jan2007, Issue 134, p7
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The article reports on the plans of nonprofit organization, Immigration Bridge Australia, for the construction of a covered pedestrian bridge across Lake Burley Griffin in Australia. The construction of the pedestrian bridge is to commemorate the contributions of immigrants in the country. The bridge will feature an integrated solar roof that will be connected to the grid. It will provide enough energy to power the equivalent of 100 houses. Furthermore, the bridge will commemorate the contribution of the 10 million immigrants who have come to Australia since the First Fleet.


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