Mitsubishi Chemical will harness the power of the sun by using solar cells to power its air conditioning system in trucks so that fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions can be reduced in an effort to keep the earth as green as possible for our next generation. This 10-ton prototype truck will come with two types of solar cells which allows it to achieve a maximum output of 900 watts. Its storage battery enables it to see action regardless of whether it is rainy or cloudy, and calculations have shown that should all of the 1.4 million existing trucks in Japan were replaced by this model, CO2 emissions might eventually be reduced by 1.65 million tons per year!
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