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World's First Panda-Shaped Solar Power Plant Opens in China


Chinese solar power company Panda Green Energy recently opened the most adorable green energy solar power plant in the shape of China's national animal, the beloved panda bear. The unique shape of the huge solar farm can only be seen from the air, as shown in drone footage from Datong filmed on Tuesday. Panda Green Energy used a combination of darker monocrystalline silicon and white thin film solar cells to create the unique shape, in what is a world's first for solar farms.

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