Eh, why not?

Incredible how far ahead other countries are when it comes to renewable energy

cnce:

“Les Mees” solar park in France spreads across 15 ha, joining several nearby plants for a total array producing around 100 MW (Photos by Boris Horvat/AFP/Getty Images) via beconinriot

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