I am not quite certain about you, but when was the last day you saw a vacancy in the newspapers that looked for someone whose job was to clean solar panels, and solar panels alone? That does sound rather repetitive and mundane, and there won’t be too much interaction, not to mention it being rather hot assuming you were to work the normal shift hours that most of the other humans put in. I guess for stuff like that, it would be far better to engage the services of a robot. After all, robots basically do not tire out (other than requiring its batteries to remain juiced), and neither do business owners have to distress about things like unions, strikes, a salary scale and all
Miraikikai Inc. recently unveiled a prototype of what it touts as the world’s first solar panel-cleaning robot, and how does it work? It does not need to form use of water, which is a rather interesting concept, and will more or less run autonomously. Intending to market that specific robot from next year, Miraikikai will aim their focus at the Middle East and Africa, where solar potential demand is rising and water being a scarce resource.
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Original post by Edwin Kee