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Solar Panel Horse

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July 24 · Issue #1689 · View online
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The world’s largest solar panel image - a horse - was constructed in the Kubuqi Desert of Inner Mongolia, China starting in 2017. This massive pattern was built with 196,320 solar panels and covers nearly 1.4 square kilometers (0.54 square miles). It is part of a larger photovoltaic generation base with an annual output of 4 billion kilowatt hours.
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Source imagery: NASA / Google Timelapse / Planet
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