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eSolar Engineers Say Happy Birthday With Solar Mirrors

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In what may be the coolest birthday dedication ever, eSolar engineers programmed solar mirrors to spell out happy birthday for their CEO, Bill Gross. If anyone else wants to give it a go, my birthday is in February.

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