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Author: Source: Datetime: 2017-07-05 10:11:47
A 250-acre solar farm like a panda bear in China last week, bringing 50 megawatts of electricity to the grid, let alone supporters of the project hoping to inspire a significant buzz in the future of renewable energy projects in developing countries sound.

The solar farms located near Datong in Peking University are the fruits of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Hong Kong Panda Green Energy. Construction started in the fall last year, the first phase on June 29 and Panda green parent company investment new energy grid connection.
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According to Panda Green, once full capacity is reached, Datong Panda Power Station will provide 100 megawatts of electricity. After 25 years of operation, the company said it would generate 3.2 billion kwh of electricity, equivalent to saving 1.05 million tons of coal or 2.74 million tons of carbon dioxide.

The mission of UNDP is to eradicate poverty, but in recent years it has become one of the main frontiers of the United Nations environmental initiative. It intends to use the giant panda as an educational tool; according to the UNDP statement, the organization will hold summer camps for Chinese children, who will "have a first understanding of green energy and environmental protection."

As part of the United Nations sustainable development goals, UNDP will also work with Panda Green and Merchants New Energy to provide design challenges for renewable energy technologies open to Chinese youth.

According to Mashable, "the design of pony-shaped plants can inspire young people, so that they are interested in the application of solar power batteries solar power," Panda Green CEO Li Yuan told the state Xinhua said. Panda Green plans to build more panda-type solar power plants around the world, including Mashable reports from Fiji and the Philippines.
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