Solar panels have long been heralded as a beacon of sustainability. However, their maintenance, particularly in arid regions, presents an environmental challenge. In such areas, cleaning a single panel can consume 7-8 liters of water, while in regular regions, it’s 3-5 liters. Given that an average home might need ten panels, the water usage can range from 3,000 to 7,000 liters. Addressing this concern, Enel Green Power, in collaboration with the Sicilian startup REIWA, has introduced SandStorm, a state-of-the-art robotic technology designed to clean solar panels without water. These robots are intricately designed to effectively remove dust, dirt, and sand, … Continue reading SandStorm Robots: The Future of Solar Maintenance is Here and It’s Waterless!