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    Friday, September 08, 2017

    The World’s Best Cities For Solar

    Mapped: How much space would it take to sustain the world's largest cities by solar energy?

    Ashley Kirk, 1 September 2017 (UK Telegraph)

    “…[T]he need for renewable energy is amplifying…[and] the impact of renewables might be less than once thought…[New research reveals how little land is needed to power some of the world's major cities…Of the world's largest 100 cities, 80 would need less than 10 per cent of their land area to be converted into solar panels to sustain their energy usage…Many of these are concentrated around the equator…[Accordomg to the US Department of Energy,] more power from the sun hits the Earth in a single hour than humanity uses in an entire year…But there are some cities that are more equipped to grasp this opportunity than others…[The top five cities with the smallest areas of solar panels needed are] Kuwait…Dar es Salaam, Tanzania…Nairobi, Kenya…Accra, Ghana…[and] Khartoum, Sudan…[The five cities that would require the largest areas of solar panels…[are] Chongqing, China…Tokyo, Japan…Shanghai, China…Seoul, South Korea…[and] Chengdu, China…” click here for more

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