Gallery: Solaris Synergy Unveils Floating Photovoltaic Panels

 

One of the main drawbacks of major solar projects is that they require huge areas of land in which solar fields can be constructed. Take the Desertec Initiative project for example — it is projected that vast areas of the Sahara Desert are going to be needed in order to construct enough solar panels to power North African (and possibly European) cities. However an Israeli company called Solaris Synergy has developed a solar solution that could open up a vast surface area to gather energy – the sea.

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  1. The UK’s First Floati... October 1, 2014 at 3:59 am

    […] solar has garnered so much interest because it offers a way to generate solar power without tying up large tracts of land. Arrays can be built on water courses such as reservoirs, quarry lakes, […]

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