UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) has posted an article about solar farms in China in the shape of pandas:
To propel the global application and development of green energy, UNDP and Panda Green Energy Group launched the global promotion program of panda-shaped solar plants on 1st September 2016.
The Panda Solar Stations base their appearance on China’s national treasure – the Giant Panda. The 50 MW power plants cover a total area of 248 acres, with the black part composed of monocrystalline silicone. Future objectives plan to up capacity to 100 MW, increasing the capacity of the plant to provide green energy across a wider area in Datong and preventing an equivalent of 2.74 million tons of carbon dioxide in the next 25 years.
Read more at UNDP
Image: Panda Green Energy