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Solar energy continues to make strides toward mainstream acceptance. In the beginning, though, there were some prominent early adaptors to the technology. In 2007, the Vatican announced plans to install a solar power system, and in 2008 work began on the rooftop of Nervi Hall. Pope Benedict XVI has made a commitment to preserving the [...]
The least populate sovereign state in the world, with a populationof just 800 people, Vatican City has been declared as the world’s mostenvironmentally friendly state with the installation of giant solarpower panels. The city reached a record in solar energy production percapita with a figure of 200 watts per inhabitant. Officials have also stated that [...]
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