@JonathanMBR That such a cool porject! 💪
In my previous job I also use to place solarpanels on roofs of big big companies. But those where only 12000-13000 max! Still a lot of work
Many companies only wanted solar panels for the money they got from the government plus they could use "green" in their names.
But many didn't use the power or let the panels become dirty so they won't produce anymore.. The biggest part goes back onto the net but not sure what happens then
The first impressive clean energy I read was about this from Germany https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-04-20/smog-free-skies-allow-germany-to-break-record-for-solar-power
@wauz there was a time I read here when in Kenya we were facing energy shortage, that you were get paid to use electricity, as in electricity went negative, very impressive 👏
@JonathanMBR I think the bottom right picture has nothing to do with the other two. that power plant uses a central power tower and reflecting flat solar panels while the other two are more likely to use parabolic panels focusing on a central pipe, containing some sort of salt, for each row of panels.
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