Upsolar charts course to bring floating solar to European waters

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Thames Water and Lightsource's floating panels on the Queen Elizabeth II reservoir near London
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Thames Water and Lightsource's floating panels on the Queen Elizabeth II reservoir near London

Hong Kong PV firm brings floating solar technology to Europe in bid to turn continent's lakes and reservoirs into power generators

Buoyant solar panels floating on the surface of lakes and reservoirs could soon become a common sight across Europe, if one PV manufacturer has its way. Hong Kong-based PV manufacturer Upsolar yesterday...

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