Developing floating solar PV markets

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The development of new power plants is often impeded by the availability and suitability of land.

This hindrance has encouraged the development of new techniques, which can be observed in the growing popularity of floating solar PV (floatovoltaic) plant deployment.

This article first appeared in ESI-Africa Edition 1, 2019. The full article was published on 26 March. You can read the magazine's articles here or subscribe here to receive a print copy.

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Source: ESI Africa

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