Gallery: Solar Ivy Building-Integrated Modular Photovoltaic System Grow...

We've watched SMIT's Solar Ivy project grow since it sprouted as a startup a few years ago - and now the solar technology firm is getting bigger and better. SMIT, which stands for Sustainably Minded Interactive Technology, began turning heads with its leaf-like photovoltaic panels that generate power using both the sun and the wind. Designed to be totally modular and easily installed on any building, Solar Ivy now comes in a range of colors, leaf shapes, and photovoltaic panel types. The company has a number of installations on the boards and is currently taking orders for the first commercially available version of Solar Ivy.

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  1. lanians May 31, 2013 at 6:30 am

    Hi i am an architect and I have a project in Moscow where i would like to use solar ivy, please let me know if this product is commercially available and if i can use it.

    Tx a lot Chris Aslanyan

  2. lazyreader July 1, 2011 at 8:20 am

    I looked at all the pictures above. They look more like thousands of tiny little fly swatters and why cover the pretty townhouse with thousands of sticky notes. Maybe they serve as reminder that grid electricity is cheaper than solar or the fact it does help to hide the uglier buildings.

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