Our solar power plant construction in 4 minutes
Here's Part 2 of the video summarizing construction of our solar sharing power plant in Tsukuba. Given that construction was finished in November last year and now it's already April, the video is badly overdue.
There was another video covering the same topic, which I posted in February, but it was so poorly edited that I eventually decided to remake it. This is the result.
Why was making Part 2 so much more difficult than Part 1? Here's a metaphor to explain it. If we compare construction of a power plant to building a house, Part 1 of this video shows how the very building of a house was made - brick walls, window holes, a roof. At first glance it's a complete house, but in fact it's not habitable yet. It has the shape of a house but there's nothing inside. Part 2 shows how the house is equipped with all the basic amenities that make it a real, habitable house: water supply, heating, electricity, furniture.
Part 1 shows the form, Part 2 adds the substance.
The thing is, form is much easier to convey in a video than the substance.
When a building is rising in front of our eyes, it's very comprehensible to our brains. It's interesting to watch. When some cables are added here and some boxes there, but nothing new is really growing in front of our eyes, it's not very fun to watch.
Anyway I did try my best to convey the substance in Part 2.
Part 2, showing the construction in October and November 2014, is here:
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