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Using exhaust gas from modern city skyscrapers to improve
the energy crisis the world is facing. The strong wind power
that is produced from between skyscrapers can be stored as
electricity to power residents’ electronics. The arc shape is
used to lower wind resistance, protecting citizens from sudden
strong winds. The electricity is also used as lighting, making
the road safer for people to walk at night.
Taipei County, Taiwan