Clearer skies make for more sun on panels, which starts a virtuous cycle: less pollution to block the panels in the future.
When COVID-19 forced Delhi into lockdown, residents reported a surprising benefit: blue skies and cleaner air. People in the world’s most polluted city said they could breathe better and reported using their inhalers less. The drop in air pollution provided another perk, as well: solar panels were able to produce more power.
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