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Snow-Melting Solar Road Panels Are Finally Being Tested In The U.S.

We’re already more than halfway through October, and winter is just around the corner. And for those of us residing in the northern latitudes of the U.S., the winter months usually bring lots of the white stuff, making for treacherous, slippery conditions out on the road. To help combat the traction killing weather change, most highway departments resort to spreading salt-like chemicals on the blacktop.
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