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‘A giant fusion reactor in the sky’: Elon Musk told Joe Rogan the whole US could be powered with 100 x 100 miles of solar

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Elon Musk suggests that the entire United States could be powered by a 100-mile by 100-mile solar panel array.

He emphasizes the feasibility and potential of solar energy, highlighting the financial prospects of the solar industry.

The U.S. is expected to add a record 32 gigawatts of new solar capacity by the end of 2023. (Trending: Could Taylor Swift Save Biden In 2024?)

Reports show three solar stocks with potential upside: Enphase Energy, First Solar, and Tesla, all of which have received favorable ratings and price targets from analysts.

“You could actually power the entire United States with 100 miles by 100 miles of solar,” said Musk.

“Really? So you could just pick some dead spot, cover that sucker up with solar panels and charge the whole country?” asked Joe Rogan.

“Absolutely,” said Musk.

“We need batteries, but yes,” he added.

“That thing just works. We have a giant fusion reactor in the sky,” he explained.

“If you can generate energy from solar panels and store it with batteries, you can have energy 24 hours a day,” said the Tesla CEO.

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