When you were learning about renewable energies at school, solar panels never seemed cute.
They do now.
Check out this Solar Farm built by Panda Green Energy.
Picture: Panda Green Energy
The Panda Power Plant aims to provide clean energy, but it also forms part of a project to advocate the benefits of renewable energy, as agreed with the United Nations Development Program.
The project hopes to raise young peoples’ awareness of the most critical issues faced by society, especially regarding climate change and clean energy, and promote stronger leadership from within youth groups for sustainable development action.
There will also be a nine-day youth summer camp, 10-18 August at the first Panda Solar Farm in Datong County, Shanxi Province, and will bring together 50 committed Chinese-speaking youths, aged between 13-17.
The Panda Power Plant can provide 3.2 billion kWh of green electricity in 25 years, equivalent to saving 1.056 million tonnes of coal, or reducing 2.74 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.
In the next five years, Panda Green Energy plans to continue building ecological plants in “Belt and Road” countries and areas.