A new 2,100-square-meter building outside Frankfurt, Germany, houses a series of chambers that can simulate a hot, humid day or temperatures so frigid that metals crack, and every punishing weather scenario in between. It’s all for testing one product–solar photovoltaic panels –and it’s the third such facility opened since 2008. [More]
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