The energy can only be measured as potential energy, and we don’t really know what that energy would be without knowing the efficiency of the method of collection. Since we haven’t collected from the Sahara yet, it may be that there will be more efficient solar panels designed and implemented by the time anyone is able to install them in the desert. Certainly, the Sahara has a vast amount of space which, for the most part, remains unclouded for long periods of time (hence, it is a desert).
Without knowing exactly the amount of potential solar energy we could collect in the Sahara, we can only say that it would be a tremendous amount.
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