Or maybe you will because you're better at stopping yourself from leaping to assumptions than I am... 😅
The new system could harness 40% of incoming sunlight, making it much more efficient than current solar thermochemical hydrogen systems that capture only 7%.
Imagine having something like this in your neighbourhood.
Dire warnings about toxic mountains of solar panel waste might be overblown.
The solar panels built into the vehicle can provide an extra 40 miles (64 km) a day, leading the company to claim some users may not ever have to plug it in.
Energy economist Fatih Birol says the recent surge in solar and EV adoption gives him hope.
Looks super cool! But I have questions.
A recent Wall Street Journal is calling the city's decision “a test case for whether solar power makes sense on urban rooftops.” My guess is… yes? 🤔