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Putting robots to work in solar energy

from New York Times

In a dusty yard under a blistering August sun, Rover was hard at work, lifting 45-pound solar panels off a stack and installing them, one by one, into a concrete track. A few yards away, Rover's companion, Spot, moved along a row of panels, washing away months of grit, then squeegeeing them dry. But despite the heat and monotony, neither Rover nor Spot broke a sweat or uttered a complaint. That is because they are robots, surprisingly low-tech machines that install and maintain large-scale solar farms. more


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