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How The Sahara Desert Can Power The Entire World

OilPrice.com Tuesday, 11 June 2019
The vast Sahara Desert in Africa is inhospitable to plants and animals, but quite suitable for movie sets such as Luke Skywalker’s desert home planet of Tatooine in Star Wars. But it could be home to so much more. It’s so sunny and hot in the Sahara all year round that scientists have started to suggest that a small part of the large desert could turn into one giant solar power project capable of powering Europe and even the world. Theoretically, the Sahara desert has huge potential to be the world’s biggest renewable energy source.…

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