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Archive for April 9th, 2019

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Apr 19

How Solar Panels Produce Pollution Free Power

Humanity has always needed power for its work, and for much of history, this power came from human and animal labor. Blacksmiths made tools and swords, and farmers and their horses and oxen plowed the fields. Then the Industrial Revolution arrived in England and the United States, where factories, steam power, and mass production transformed industry as we knew it, and a lot of power was needed. Human labor was still involved, but steam power became dominant, and it also propelled steam locomotives and ocean-bound vessels alike. Even as late as the 1900s and 1910s, steam power from coal engines and boilers powered vessels from small cargo ships to the famed Titanic and its two sister ships. Meanwhile, electricity emerged as another power source in the late 1800s, pioneered by both Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. Throughout the 20th century, steam power began to decline, and electricity became dominant, along with natural gas and nuclear power. However, traditional power plants

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