Category Archives: Floating PV

Floating solar farms could help reduce impacts of climate change on lakes and reservoirs

Floating solar farms could help to protect lakes and reservoirs from some of the harms of climate change, a new study suggests. However, given the complex nature of water bodies and differing designs of solar technologies, there could also be detrimental ecosystem impacts of deploying floating solar arrays. Conventional solar farms are controversial due to the amount of land they

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BayWa r.e. to extend leadership in the Floating-PV market

BayWa r.e., together with its Dutch partner GroenLeven, recently completed two floating solar parks in Nij Beets and Kloosterhaar, Netherlands. The sites combined contain more than 70,000 solar panels and a total capacity of 29.2 MWp, enough to supply 9,000 Dutch households with clean energy. Floating solar parks offer the opportunity to give unusable areas of water a new benefit

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LONGi to supply 70 MW modules to the largest floating PV plant cluster in Vietnam

In a significant development marking the end of 2020, two large-scale floating solar projects in Vietnam were commissioned in December. They were the 35 MWp Ho Tam Bo floating solar power plant and the 35 MWp Ho Gia Hoet 1 floating PV plant. The two projects have been set up on Gia Hoet 1 and Tam Bo irrigation lakes, in

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BayWa r.e. to build Netherland’s biggest Floating Solar Farm

BayWa r.e., together with its Dutch partner GroenLeven, has successfully built its third floating solar park in a record time of only six weeks. The Sekdoorn project in the Netherlands near the city of Zwolle has a total capacity of 14.5 MWp. This will enable almost 4,000 households to be supplied with solar power. Due to the cutting-edge, self-designed system,

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