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Solar Power

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  • Q1
    How many square miles of solar panels would be necessary to provide the entire Earth with energy from solar power?
  • Q2
    How much electricity does the world use in one year?
    14 TW
    17.4 TW
    17.3 TW
    20 TW
  • Q3
    How much would it cost to build enough solar panels in the Sahara desert to provide the Earth with sufficient energy using solar power?
    $ 5 billion
    $ 5 00 000
    $ 5 trillion
    $ 5 000 000
  • Q4
    Which of the following does NOT make the Sahara desert a prime location for setting up solar panels?
    It receives up to 12 hours of sunlight per day
    There is a large amount of unused space
    Few people live in the desert, so nobody would be bothered by the solar panels.
    Electricity would have to be transferred across great distances to get to all countries in the world.

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