Floating Solar ability Plants Coming Soon

March 28, 2011 · Print This Article

We’ve heard about ideas for floating info centers and floating wind turbines; it was only a matter of instance before we heard about floating solar capability plants.  Australian solar potential company Sunengy has just gotten approval for a pilot project in India through a partnership with Tata ability.

The floating solar ability units, called Liquid Solar Arrays (LSA), use concentrated photovoltaic technology where a lenses direct the light onto solar cells and

move all through the day to follow the sun.

The company says the advantage to floating a solar ability plant is that it erases the need for expensive structures to protect it from inclement weather and high winds — when rough weather comes along, the lenses just submerge.  Floating on water, whether it be the ocean, a lake or a tiny pond, additionally keeps the solar cells cool, […]

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