short and lightweight t-pylon wins decc grid competition

 

The Department of Climate Change, National Grid and the Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the winning, new pylon design as the T-Pylong from Danish architecture firm, Bystrup. The company will now work with National Grid to move the design past the initial concept phase into a prototype. It was crowned as the winning design due to its environmentally friendly capabilities, but more importantly as it will require fewer raw materials than other design entrants.

This is forcing the government to be more innovative and creative in order to support the energy supply to the country?s homes and businesses. WEEE Systems believes in implementing a revolutionary de-manufacturing process in order to responsible reuse the reclaimed materials and rare earths in existing end-of-life E&E equipment to support the much needed innovation and sustainability for UK businesses.


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