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A new floating solar farm shows that renewables can be easy
by Emanuela Barbiroglio, Contributor
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7 November 2019
On 7 November 2019 Forbes reported:
The Sekdoorn floating solar farm in the Netherlands is completed after a record six weeks of work. This is the fastest construction speed ever for the German company specialized in the renewables sector BayWa r.e., who worked together with its Dutch partner GroenLeven to build the power plant.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... The Sekdoorn project is the largest floating solar installation in the Netherlands and the second largest in Europe to date, following O'MEGA1 project in France.
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