Students from the Takoradi Technical Institute (TTI), a second-cycle institution in Ghana, have come up with a breathtaking innovation that is taking social media by storm.
The students who were featured on High Schools Africa, a Ghanaian-owned YouTube channel created to unearth talents in Ghana’s high schools, demonstrated on camera how their model operates.
According to them, whenever a car moves over the specially-made speed ramp, power is generated and stored within a battery.
The students explained that the purpose of this project is to take the streetlights and traffic lights off the national grid and prevent them from going off whenever there is a power outage.
Social media reactions
Pascal Genole mentioned:
This is a great idea. The problem is there shouldn’t be a speed ramp at a traffic light. Secondly the speed ramp needn’t go down when it is loaded. They can solve these two problems by replacing the speed ramp system with a piezoelectric material. Great idea nonetheless.
Stephen Asare indicated:
Good job. Ghana youth this is what we are expecting from you. We will fix our country even if our leaders refuse to think.
source : yen.com.gh
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