Keeping Solar Clean
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Keeping Solar Clean

Posted by on Thursday, September 27 2012

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Producing electricity from the sun with solar panels seems like the perfect solution to our energy needs.  But solar panels can also create problems for the environment. Switzer Fellow Dustin Mulvaney believes there are win-win solutions out there.

 
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