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The Most Amazing Places Using Solar Power in the World

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The world is embracing solar energy. Many cities, towns, and even single-family homes are utilizing renewable energy by installing solar panel systems. If you want to learn more about the advantages of renewable power, check out some of the most amazing places in the world that are using solar energy and see for yourself how it works.

The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic and romantic places in the world. Tourists come from all over the globe to see this iconic structure, and it’s an even grander sight to behold at night, when the lights come on.

France has made slow but steady attempts to make the Eiffel Tower more environmentally friendly, and as of 2021, renewable energy powers the entire tower. This world wonder is now green, and it remains one of the Earth’s most memorable spots.

Babcock Ranch

Many environmentally friendly cities are continuing to work to make progress toward renewable energy. However, one small Florida town stands out as the first fully solar-powered town in America. The small village of Babcock Ranch offers grocery stores, restaurants, suburban family housing, and more while operating purely on solar panels and clean energy.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone is a beautiful park that understands the importance of using environmentally friendly methods to make real progress. This beloved park doesn’t fully operate on renewable energy yet, but it’s still one of the most amazing places using solar energy in the world. It stands out as the first national park in America to install solar panels, and currently, over 50 percent of its power comes from renewable energy sources.

Sun-Moon Mansion

Located in Dezhou, China, Sun-Moon Mansion is the world’s largest office building, and it operates almost entirely on solar energy. China unveiled the sundial-shaped building in 2009, and it continues to shine as a monument to the power and potential of solar energy.

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