20 Bin Eve Electric from the Metrobus Wind


Metrobuses now produce electricity while carrying passengers. The turbines that catch the wind created by the vehicles during the transition will provide enough energy for a district

The BRT system, which has become a symbol of Istanbul, will produce enough electricity for a small town as well as passenger transport. The system, which is placed close to Topkapı Station and succeeded in success, captures the wind generated by the metrobus during the transition and turns it into energy. Turbines placed in the middle of the two-lane road can take the wind in both directions. The 1 turbine is planned to be installed for the 300 kilometer line and according to the calculations, there is enough potential for 20 thousand households.


The starting point of the project is also quite interesting. Kerem Deveci, a young engineer who travels from Kadıköy to Yenibosna for work, is discovering the potential here. Deveci said: İL The appearance of our project called ortaya ENLİL ı occurred while using Metrobüs. I saw that the evacuation valve covers next to the vehicle doors take off with the wind produced by the passing vehicles. The idea that the wind and energy can be produced here is born like this. I received a certificate of benefit from the Turkish Patent Institute. Then I was accepted to the İTÜ Core process. We requested permission for the field tests of our turbine by petitioning to the General Directorate of IETT. The visionary and innovative management of the organization accepted our offer and gave us an area at the Topkapı Station as a laboratory. The result was successful. Sonuç


Deveci said,, The sensors we will place in the system and the IoT platform will measure the temperature, humidity, wind, CO2 in the city. The earthquake monitoring station will also contribute to the safety of the city by providing information to the predictions of the Istanbul earthquake. Dep

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