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Dutch engineers build world's biggest sun-seeking solar farm
by Daniel Boffey
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21 April 2019
On 21 April 2019 The Guardian reported:
Dutch engineers are building what will be the world's largest archipelago of islands made up of sun-tracking solar panels. Growing resistance to the construction of wind turbines or fields of solar panels on land has led the renewable energy industry to look for alternative options. The 15 floating solar islands will possess sunflower-like ability to turn to face the sun.
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