What do 120 quadrillion watts of sunlight look like?

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According to National Geographic, we have 120 quadrillion watts of sunlight hitting Earth all the time. That’s a lot of light, folks. This electric plant in Southern Spain is not only really cool looking, but is also a great example of the work being done to harness solar power. Government subsidies for this pricey yet promising power source have made Europe the world’s solar capital.
www.nationalgeographic.com

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