Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Now this is Different: Havasu Inventor Details Unique Border Wall Proposal, and it Includes Solar Panels

Courtesy of Havasu-based Advanced Warning 
Systems, LLC
When Donald Trump ran for president, his supporters rallied behind the concept of a wall between the U.S. and Mexico – one paid for by our neighbors to the South. Although that seems unlikely, one Havasu man has a better idea: The wall will pay for itself.
Inventor and business owner Lynwood Farr, is working on a new concept for a border incorporating solar technology. Initial designs under Farr’s company, Advanced Warning Systems LLC, comprise three projects to improve security along the U.S. border.
The first of these projects would be a $10 billion “Evergreen Border Protection Wall.” According to Farr, the wall would be a virtually impenetrable barrier to undocumented immigrants, while increasing the United States’ renewable energy reserves.
“This project is different because instead of costing us money, the revenue would be coming back,” Farr said. “We’ve researched this: If this wall is built, it would be the biggest renewable energy project in the world.”
Farr invented the wall’s design, which would consist of 22-foot-tall, 25-foot wide sections. Each section would be composed of 15 solar panels, mounted in aluminum and steel frames and anchored in a 60-inch solid concrete foundation. The structure of the wall would be a minimum of 100 feet away from the actual U.S. border, according to preliminary designs. The panels are engineered in such a way as to allow border agents to find any section of the wall where a potential malfunction – or even sabotage – has occurred.
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1 comment:

cimbri said...

The Trump Wall will be one of the wonders of the world.