In Israel, a country willing and eager to use renewable energy, the world’s tallest solar tower is currently under construction.
Once it’s completed, it will rise 787 feet, twice as tall as the current record holder, located in California’s Mojave Desert.
The electricity generated, will be enough to supply 120,000 homes with clean energy and will avoid 110,000 tons of CO2 emissions each year over the course of its life.
ZACH PONTZ, FROM THE GRAPEVINE
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