Power plant looks like it's holding a giant cigarette (and features its own year-round ski slope)

In California, we're looking at power outages in the North and South as the only way to avoid massive wildfires.  Meanwhile, in Copenhagen, there's a new power plant "embodying the notion of hedonistic sustainability."

Known both as Amager Bakke and Copenhill, the site is a waste to energy plant designed to convert enough tons of waste to provide clean energy for 150,000 homes. The giant chimney was intended to blow giant smoke rings, but that plan was abandoned.

The interior looks ready to star in a Bond movie:

And the exterior features enough facilities to host the X-Games, including a ski slope, freestyle park, climbing wall, and running trail.

The project is the work of Bjarke Ingels Group.  Ingels promoted the project, and several other clever designs, way back in this 2011 Ted Talk: