ELECTRIC MEADOW | 2012 | Fresh Kills Park (formerly Landfill), NYC, NY
       
     
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ELECTRIC MEADOW | 2012 | Fresh Kills Park (formerly Landfill), NYC, NY
       
     
ELECTRIC MEADOW | 2012 | Fresh Kills Park (formerly Landfill), NYC, NY

Electric Meadow was one of 25 shortlisted proposals for Land Art Generator Initiative 2012: a design competition for powergenerating public art ideas at the future Freshkills Park on Staten Island in New York City, formerly Freshkills landfill. Electric Meadow is a safe and quiet kinetic sculpture sited within a wild meadow and activated by prevailing winds, birds and people.

The interactive power generating system housed within each individual rod/generator has an estimated annual production of approximately 452 kWh, and a 100-square-foot array could produce at least 110-Kilowatts of usable power.

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