The world’s largest ‘artificial sun’ was switched on last month, illuminating a brighter future for renewable energy. The “Synlight” facility, as it’s called at the German Aerospace Center Institute for Solar Research in Jülich, is a 3-story building containing 149 Xenon short-arc lamps. For comparison, in a large cinema, the screen is illuminated with a single…
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