Finnish researchers have proposed the use of solar, wind, and storage to provide desalinated seawater to restore forests. Their model predicts that an additional 10.7 TW of PV would be needed to actually do this by 2100, leading to a cumulative carbon dioxide sequestration potential of 730 gigatons.
— Read on www.pv-magazine.com/2023/02/09/pv-powered-seawater-desalination-for-afforestation-carbon-capture/
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