Floating solar Power Plant refers to an array of solar panels on a structure that floats on a body of water, typically an artificial basin or a lake.
Floating solar power plant technology has been gaining traction as a favorable and cost-effective alternative to land-based photovoltaic systems. Thriving on the cusp of a massive inclination toward renewable energy adoption, the floating solar panel market stands as one of the highest-potential verticals in the go-green landscape.
A key reason for the increased rate of installations is the sharp decline in installation costs of solar plant and floating panels, which are transforming energy management and land utilization. Moreover, floating solar plant technology has been gaining traction as one of the favorable and cost-effective alternatives to land-based PV systems.
The main advantage of floating solar plants is that they do not take up any land, except the limited surfaces necessary for electric cabinet and grid connections. Their price is comparable with land based plants, but they provide a good way to avoid land consumption.
floating Solar plants are more compact than land-based plants, their management is simpler and their construction and decommissioning straightforward. The main point is that no fixed structures exist like the foundations used for a land-based plant so their installation can be totally reversible.
Project deliverables are an important part of the project.