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Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)

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  • 10 Dec, 2010  |
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The solar catamaran Turanor PlanetSolar is 102 ft (31 m) long, 29 ft (8.8 m) wide and 25 ft (7.6 m) high. The solar units cover an area of 540 square ft (50 sq m).

1 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)


2 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)


3 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)


4 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)


5 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)



6 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)


7 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)


8 Catamaran with Solar Panels (9 pics)




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№1 Author: raymond.wendt (10 Dec 2010 02:07) Total user comments: 9115


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seems like there has to be a more efficient way to gather energy from the sun that those HUGE panels.
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№2 Author: Patty (10 Dec 2010 02:08) Total user comments: 1766


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Um....looks awful awkward.
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№3 Author: adzhoe (10 Dec 2010 04:19) Total user comments: 15016


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gotta stay away from storms with that i bet, cool boat.
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№4 Author: pangpire (10 Dec 2010 05:00) Total user comments: 108


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nice! power sources of the future is here... in premature phase.
let's hope solar panels would be more smaller but with higher power output.
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№5 Author: compmaster (10 Dec 2010 05:57) Total user comments: 1871


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№6 Author: Jimmy Johnson (10 Dec 2010 08:52) Total user comments: 5518


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Mount some on a mast. Maybe they can harness some wind power too.
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№7 Author: Lu (10 Dec 2010 15:42) Total user comments: 15100


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Awesome concept, but when the wind picks up . . ?
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№8 Author: Gyselinck (10 Dec 2010 17:20) Total user comments: 3133


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just good to make circle in the water...
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№9 Author: bakos (10 Dec 2010 19:55) Total user comments: 188


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the wind's energy is cheaper and easier to use.
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№10 Author: miscellaneous (10 Dec 2010 21:53) Total user comments: 4179


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nice idea...probably not very sea-worthy though 15 good luck
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№11 Author: aks3167 (10 Dec 2010 22:13) Total user comments: 1674


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№12 Author: Trifecta69 (11 Dec 2010 00:31) Total user comments: 1086


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№13 Author: Ty Webb (12 Dec 2010 11:42) Total user comments: 6156


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I kind of wanted to see the inside. I am guessing that the solar panels are as big as they are to collect enough power in case they have a week of rain or clouds and have to rely on what ever power they have stored for such an occasion.
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№14 Author: mahedi (12 Dec 2010 15:46) Total user comments: 10772


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Nice
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№15 Author: lepsy (12 Dec 2010 20:52) Total user comments: 1252


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I'm fed up with ecology . How did it cost to build ?
Here in europe governement allowed taxes reductions for this type of panels then stopped paying them ....and they last not enough to make profit ...
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№16 Author: 2fuzzy (13 Dec 2010 16:59) Total user comments: 10400


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Nice concept.
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№17 Author: amerJD (14 Dec 2010 00:00) Total user comments: 1400


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№18 Author: mortex (14 Dec 2010 06:19) Total user comments: 740


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What happens when it storms? Doesn't look very functional.
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