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Vatican to Build Europe's Largest Solar Power Plant - Learn to Build DIY Solar Power Panels

Vatican to Build Europe's Largest Solar Power Plant - Learn to Build DIY Solar Power Panels

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Vatican to Build Europe's Largest Solar Power Plant - Learn to Build DIY Solar Power Panels
Use the Solar Panel Do-it-yourself Guides to build a Cheap Yet Highly Efficient Solar Panel at home Yourself Easily. Even a 15 year old can easily do it using the Complete Guide. Even build a windmill easily! DIY Guides are hugely popular. Build Homemade Solar Power Panels. Read on..
Vatican to Build Europe's Largest Solar Power Plant - Learn to Build DIY Solar Power Panels
Use the Solar Panel Do-it-yourself Guides to build a Cheap Yet Highly Efficient Solar Panel at home Yourself Easily. Even a 15 year old can easily do it using the Complete Guide. Even build a windmill easily! DIY Guides are hugely popular. Build Homemade Solar Power Panels. Read on..

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Vatican to build Europe's largest solar power planteo Hickman: The Vatican plans to spend €500m building a 100-megawattsolar power plant supplying electricity to 40,000 homesTuesday, 21 April 2009The Vatican is well versed in conversions, but there probably hasn't beensomething on this scale since its very own St Paul was on his way toDamascus: the world's smallest country has announced it is to spend €500m(£441m) building Europe's largest solar power plant.Once the 100-megawatt plant opens in 2014, the Vatican will become anelectricity exporter to Italy supplying enough power for the needs of 40,000households. It is latest in a string of pronouncements by the Holy See – or should it now be known as the Holy E? – that suggests it is serious aboutimproving its environmental legacy. (Although still no word yet on how itaims to tackle global overpopulation through its policy on forbidding the useof contraception. Or on whether it's having second thoughts about thewisdom of launching Vatican Airlines.)Last year, 2,700 solar panels donated by the German company SolarWorldwere installed on the roof of the Paul VI auditorium. SolarWorld executiveshave also recently talked about the notion of building a low-carbon, electric popemobile, which a Vatican spokesperson described as a "brilliant idea".Although the new solar project will go to public tender, SolarWorld's chief executive officer Frank Asbeck is reported to have said: "We're quiteconfident we'll get the job." Well, the Catholic Church has always been bigon rewarding loyal devotion.Perhaps the Vatican's most noted environmental announcement, however,was made last year when Bishop Gianfranco Girotti, the head of theApostolic Penitentiary, updated the cardinal vices – the seven social sins –  by stating that Catholics "offend God not only by stealing, taking the Lord's

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