A tropical landscape flooded to accommodate an underperforming hydroelectric dam is getting a new lease on life.
With a unique, kirigami-inspired design, these solar panels produce 36 percent more energy than traditional panels.
The 10-square-mile facility in the Gobi desert is expected to have a capacity of 200 megawatts, enough to power one million households.
Prototype takes one image per second by fusing the technology behind digital cameras and solar panels.
The proposed installation would deploy floating solar panels on the surface of a reservoir.
Dutch company SolaRoad officially opened the world's first solar roadway.
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