Friday, April 27, 2012

Arrays of solar panels can be seen near some of Germany's most heavily guarded historical sites.


The medieval walled city of Rothenburg, Bavaria Germany is a short distance
from one of the largest solar fields in the world. I walked the top of the long wall around the city and at no time were the solar fields in my view. Aside from any economic and political considerations of Germany's solar energy, the Rothenburg fields had no impact on one of Germany's most heavily protected historical treasures and tourist destinations.



This is a small portion of the Rothenburg solar fields that are seen during a drive into the
historic German town.