Highly concentrated sunlight This is one of three High Concentration Photovoltaic arrays operating
at Nevada's Clark Power Station. These giant panels, produced by Amonix Corp., use optical lenses to concentrate
an intense amount of sunlight onto solar cells. Since each lens channels "250 suns" worth of light to each square
in the panel, the same amount of electricity can be produced using a fraction of the silicon material typically
required. Each array generates 25 kilowatts of electricity, enough to power about a dozen homes.