That sickening feeling people get when they notice that their cell phones have died may soon be replaced by a feeling of relief. A new type of bench that will be installed in various Boston parks will include cell phone chargers, the city recently announced.
The chargers will run on solar power and will also collect data on air quality and noise levels. The result of a partnership between the City of Boston and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, the devices will be able to charge two phones at a time.
“Your cell phone doesn’t just make phone calls, why should our benches just be seats?” asked Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh.
Power4Patriots applauds this move to utilize solar power to benefit people, and encourages other municipalities to follow suit in order to take pressure off of a vulnerable electrical grid and increase reliability.
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The time commitment to build a solar panel ranges from two to four hours, with the first one requiring more time than subsequent panels. A wind turbine requires a handful of hours to build.
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