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how much solar panel space and time is needed to produce the

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how much solar panel space and time is needed to produce the equivalent of 1 gallon of gas?
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33.4 kilowatt hours of electricity are equivalent to the energy produced by one gallon of gasoline.

Solar panels covering an area ten yards by ten yards would produce approximately 37.5 kilowatt hours of electricity for half of a day.

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