China's new solar farm shaped like giant panda generates clean energy

Yes, that's correct! China has built a solar farm shaped like a giant panda. The "Panda Power Plant," as it's called, is located in Datong, Shanxi Province, China, and covers 250 acres. It was built by Panda Green Energy Group Limited, a company specializing in renewable energy projects.

The Panda Power Plant consists of two types of solar panels - black monocrystalline silicon solar cells for the arms and legs of the panda, and white thin film solar cells for the face and belly. When viewed from above, the solar farm looks like a giant panda, with the face of the panda measuring approximately 1,200 meters in length.

The Panda Power Plant has a total capacity of 100 MW and is expected to generate 3.2 billion kWh of clean energy over the course of its 25-year lifespan. The project was created with the aim of promoting renewable energy in China, and to raise awareness about the importance of conservation and the protection of endangered species like the giant panda.


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