India’s first floating solar panels, on one of the country’s largest water reservoirs, have not only saved a lot of land and reduced evaporation rates, but have also survived one of the country’s worst floods in a century

Posted by on November 7, 2018 11:34 pm
Categories: Clean & Renewable Energy

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As reported by VOA News, India’s first floating solar panels, on one of the country’s largest water reservoirs, have not only saved a lot of land and reduced evaporation rates, but have also survived one of the country’s worst floods in a century.

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