Nearly one megawatt of solar panels will be used to provide power for James Cameron’s film production company in Manhattan Beach, California.
Mr. Cameron said: “We have to do this. We have to do this for the future, for our children and we have to do it as a moral responsibility for the planet.”
Over 3,600 solar modules make up three arrays at Lightstorm Entertainment. Stellar Energy is the solar power company that provided the guidance for the permitting process, construction and logistics.
Of course, Avatar has a strong environmental theme, so using clean energy for the film production company that made the film is in alignment with its overall message.
Presumably, this new solar power project will help power the production of Avatar 2.
Image Credit: 20th Century Fox, via Wiki Commons
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