Clean energy is all the rage and all around us. From the newest hydrogen cars to advances in piezoelectric energy, we seem on the verge of a wave of clean, available and responsible power for our cars, homes and businesses.
The Land Art Generator Initiative, or LAGI, has a single, simple goal -- to encourage the construction of public art installations that also feed clean energy into the local utility grid. On Oct. 3, LAGI declared the winners of its 2014 design competition, held in Copenhagen, which received hundreds of submissions from artists and engineers around the world. We take a look at this year's winners.