In recent years, there is a major focus on utilizing renewable energy to help strengthen our future. The contrary point, in that endeavor, is the Government’s ambitious target of gaining 227 GW of solar power by 2022.
This generates solar power in the forward position as an alternative to our current dependence on fossil fuels.
If the reality found from 510 million km2 in the earth, only 29% is released on land, a solar power plant needs enough space for the installation.
In addition, in certain locations, the land, though suitable, may also not be able to build solar power plants. In addition, in a country dominated the densely populated city and restricted land, installing solar plants is a challenging task.
This is where floating power PV plants are able to guarantee us.
As the name suggests, it is a water body that produces PV solar plants, which can help us utilize the extensive water in India.
The floating PV concept is not new to the world, though. There are various countries in the world who have been installing floating PV plants. In India, about 300 GW produces power PVs can be changed using 10 to 15% of water in countries like Kerala, Assam, Odisha, and West Bengal.
This can help transform India into a rich renewable energy state. In addition, with more solar hybrid solar hybrid directing, PV floaters can save rich or deficit-rich countries, such as Kerala.
Realizing the potential of floating PVs, various state governments have been working on the policy of installing the plants.
One of India’s most talkative presentations, is the floating PV plant in 2016 in Wayanad, Kerala. With a capacity of 500 kWp, this plant can produce up to 21 meters of water, between summer and muson.
When floating PV is a younger technology, this awareness is still in its early stages, such as adaptation. However, it has a terrible advantage of the ground or solar system mounted on the roof.
Adding the output from the system: Multi-color analysis reveals that there is an increase in energy from the floating PV plant, which may be due to reduced solar modulation operating temperature, due to the natural evaporation effects of water.
In addition, the system, which is installed in sugar, can harm them, thereby increasing the energy expenditure of the plant. In fact, using the system, adding energy output at about 10% to 12% may also be introduced.
Installing a PV floating factory reduces the water normally visible due to evaporation. In addition, a typical solar electric separation requires a very large amount of water.
The power plant generates more than a week, and CEE estimates that about 7,000 – 20,000 liters of water per MW is required in regane power regeneration.
By using floating PV systems, the amount of water that is rich can be conserved. In addition, the water used to clean the floating PV system can also be reused, due to its return to the water.
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Reservoir reservoirs can use water to install floating PV systems, which can help boost solar energy usage during this day. Water that can be stored can be used at night to produce greater power, thus reducing dependence on plants using fossil fuels.
Additionally, in 2016, the Ministry of the Ministry has pointed to the concept of the National Tariff Plans, in order to remediate the Renewable Generation Bonds (RGOs), in the future.
When the policy is still in the country of compilation, the use of floating PV systems can prove to be very effective in generating RGO generators.
However, one of these signs is that plant, which is related costs.
When neutral, bridges, underwater substrate, port structures (pontoon), and maintenance are increasing, the cost of the system, when compared with ground-base power plants.
However, with the development of technology, the development of local product creation, and better improvements, we can know the availability of this system, in the future.
This will cause more and more capacity to produce the country’s renewable PV landscape, and we believe that around 10 ~ 12 GW can be produced from PV plants.