Camping is getting a little greener in Arizona. Strategic Solar Energy recently broke ground at the Tucson Lazydays KOA RV Park, where it will install a solar panel structure, known as a PowerParasol, to provide shade and clean energy to campers, Tucson Business reported.

Slated for completion in October, the patented architecture will be made up of two 30-foot-high structures that provide enough room to park 30 RVs, bring 1.75 million kilowatts of clean power and shade about an acre of the campground.

Bob Boscamp, president of Strategic Solar Energy, told Tucson Business the idea to bring widespread shaded and powered camping spots to cities across America came following a Kampgrounds of America conference.

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