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Cattle graze in an open stable under a photovoltaic system at an agrivoltaic farm in Bozhou, China.

Converse County is one of the most welcoming areas in Wyoming when it comes to clean energy. For roughly every 20 residents, there is one wind turbine, the highest ratio in the state. At a recent County Commissioners meeting, it took another step in diversifying its energy infrastructure, signaling its intent to issue its first solar farm permit to BrightNight. The global energy company has proposed to build more than 1 million solar panels, a battery storage facility and a few miles of above-ground transmission lines on a 4,738 acres of private land run by the Tillard ranching family near Glenrock. The Dutchman Project, as it is called, is notable neither for its generation nor its storage capacity but for the creatures moseying beneath its panels.https://insideclimatenews.org/news/17022024/in-wyoming-sheep-may-safely-graze-under-solar-panels-in-one-of-the-states-first-agrivoltaic-projects/

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  • George Kariuki

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    This initiative exemplifies the power of collaboration and innovation in addressing the dual challenges of climate change and energy transition.

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    • We Don't Have Time

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      Dear Rotich Kim Your climate love has received over 50 agrees! We have reached out to REPUBLIC OF CHINA by email and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! To reach more people and increase the chance of a response, click the Share button above to share the review on your social accounts. For every new member that joins We Don't Have Time from your network, we will plant a tree and attribute it to you! /Adam, We Don't Have Time

      • Gorffly mokua

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        Great review, but directed to wrong recipient!!!!

        • Markus Lutteman

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          Why is this Climate Live given to China, when the post is about a project in Wyoming in the U.S.?

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