The world’s largest solar stadium began operation this week. It’s the Stade De Suisse, located in Bern, Switzerland. Originally, the stadium had 7930 solar cells from Kyocera installed, but recently an additional 2808 solar cells were added. The stadium now has an overall output of 1.3 megawatts of power, and it is expect to produce about 1.134 gigawatt hours of electricity per year.
This is the equivalent to the power used by 350 local households. The solar cells will also save on the emission of 630 tons of CO2 annually.
Via: Clean Edge