Panda Green Energy Group
The Panda Green Energy Group have an innovative idea to use the Panda Bear as actually a Solar Farm and it’s saving China.
The adorable creature is the new face of the solar energy initiative.
As China’s national animal, pandas are everywhere in China.
And now, the beloved bear will make an appearance in a new field, quite literally; solar energy farms.
The Chinese energy company Panda Green Energy Group is building 100 panda-shaped solar energy farms across the country. From above, the assortment of panels will look like a cartoon panda smiling up at the sky.
Built with darker crystalline silicon and lighter-colored thin film solar cells, the plant resembles a giant panda from the air.
The first farm in Shanxi China spans 250 acres and produces 50 MW megawatts of solar energy. Once completed, the two 50 MW solar farms in the province will supply enough energy to power 10,000 houses annually.
The plan to build 100 panda-adorned farms is part of a larger effort by the Chinese government to open new trade, energy, and business opportunities.
Titled the “Belt and Road” initiative launched in 2013, 68 countries have signed up to participate. China continues to spearhead the project and is investing $150 billion per year toward the program.
China is one of the world’s worst offenders for pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
China is quickly catching up to the world’s top solar energy producers.
With the installment of its smiling panda farms, China is taking a step in the right direction to help the fight against global warming.
Chinas 250 acre giant panda-shaped solar farm will replace burning 1 million tons of coal in the next 25 years.
Panda Green Energy Group is currently in talks with Canada, Australia, Germany and Italy to launch more panda-shaped power stations.