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Panda Green Energy Opened a 50-Megawatt, CNY350 Million Solar Power Plant in Datong, China

These bears are full of energy. Using dark and light solar cells to create a shading effect, the aptly named Panda Green Energy opened a 50-megawatt (MW), CNY350 million solar power plant in Datong, China in June to resemble, well, a giant panda. It's Panda Green Energy's first of 100 proposed panda-shaped solar panel projects to be built mostly in Asia in the next five years.
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