Dutch renewable energy developer GroenLeven is set to develop the largest floating PV project in Europe, a 48MW installation that will be installed at an area in the Netherlands owned by Kremer Zand and Grind that is used as a sand extraction site.
According to CleanTechnica news, Dutch solar developer GroenLeven has announced that it is building a 48 megawatt (MW) floating solar PV project on an old sand extraction site in the Netherlands which, upon completion, will be one of the largest in the world, and the largest in Europe.
GroenLeven expects that the new project will deliver the equivalent electricity necessary for powering around 13,000 households and fulfills the company’s existing philosophy of creating solar projects that fulfill a dual function — such as installing solar on rooftops, parking places, landfills, and industrial sites. Floating PV projects is one of the newer trends of Solar Energy and there is a neck to neck comptetion for deploying largest floating PV projects.
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