- Morocco has a solar tree in Marrakesh where people can charge their phones
- The tree is part of the government's green energy drive
- People could be seen making use of the tech in photos shared on Twitter
There is no limit to which the human mind can go to solve problems. The Moroccan government has gone ahead to use green technology to proffer a solution to one of its citizens' challenges.
The government built a solar panel tree in Marrakesh so that people can easily charge their phones without having to worry about electricity.
Imagine a place where you can plug in your device away from home, without the fear of running out of power. This is really inventive.
See the pictures below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that some students of Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) in Lagos are the latest to inspire the global science society with their invention.
The students, supervised by their lecturer, Engr. Nosa Uwogbiren, built a solar-powered electric car that has caused excitement to the nation's minister of science and technology, Ogbonnaya Onu.
Onu, who praised the students, promised to ensure the government's support for the tertiary institution so that the latter can make the car more reliable and conducive to drive.
In other news, the world’s first self-proclaimed gold-plated hotel called Dolce Hanoi Golden Lake Hotel is reportedly open for business in Vietnam.
With this edifice, the face of international tourism is about to change. The hotel is plated in 24-carat gold in its lobbies. It also features an infinity pool and rooms with all cutleries, toilet seats, showerheads in gold.
The same media reports that the building took 11 years and a whopping $200m (N77,500,000,000) to build. Coffee in the hotel is served in gold cups.
It has 400 rooms and will be operated under the American Wyndham Hotels brand. A room at the hotel goes for $250 (N96,875.00) per night and apartments are available for rent there. Gold for the hotel was locally sourced to reduce building costs.
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