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The World’s First Solar Road Is Producing More Energy Than Expected

Think Progress - In its first six months of existence, the world’s first solar road is performing even better than developers thought.

The road, which opened in the Netherlands in November of last year, has produced more than 3,000 kilowatt-hours of energy — enough to power a single small household for one year...read more.

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