European Energy prefers to exploit solar power's underbelly

For eight ongoing endeavors and all subsequent projects, the Danish developer plans to use bifacial solar panels that also collect reflected radiance from the ground.

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Bifacial solar panels are the future.

That's the view of Danish project developer and power producer European Energy, which in August last year commissioned its home country's first solar farm featuring bifacial photovoltaic modules –  a technology that, unlike conventional single-sided units, harvests sunlight both from above as well as what gets reflected from the ground.

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