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Billions have been invested, see footnote 1’s article. Sam invested 500 million.
Did the calculations based on coal one ton - couldn’t work out for uranium. The energy content of one ton of
bituminous coal is approximately 7,034 kWh. This means that it would take a single solar panel, producing 1 kWh per
day, about 7,034 days to generate the same amount of energy as one ton of coal.
To match the energy production of one ton of coal in a single day with solar panels, you would need approximately
7,034 solar panels, each producing 1 kWh per day. This calculation assumes ideal conditions for solar energy
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