Solar Electricity from Space Could
Be a solution, but much like nuclear fusion, there is still a lot of uncertainty about development costs and timelines.
Still Scientists from China
Completed testing and inspection on a ground array intended to collect space-based solar power,
According to a Press Release
They successfully tested the "world's first full-link and full-system solar power plant" on June 5.
A 246-Foot-Tall (75-Meter)
Steel tower on Xidian University's southern campus houses the space-based solar power plant.
The Xidian University Power Plant
Will theoretically connect to orbital satellites that will capture solar electricity 24 hours a day
The Power Plant Will
Include five subsystems dedicated to the development of space-based solar power arrays.
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