Isfahan Building First Floating  Solar Farm
Isfahan Building First Floating  Solar Farm
Thursday, April 12, 2018

Isfahan Building First Floating Solar Farm

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Isfahan Building First Floating Solar Farm

The construction operation of Iran’s first floating solar farm in Shahid Mohammad Montazeri Power Plant in Isfahan Province started on Tuesday.
The 1 megawatt floating photovoltaic farm is due to be installed on 1.5 hectares of an industrial lake in the power plant for generating electricity, reducing environmental pollutants and avoiding water evaporation, IRNA reported.
By launching the solar farm, which is planned to be completely implemented by Iranian experts, 1.9 million kW/h of electricity will be supplied to the national power grid annually and 38,000 cubic meters of water per year will be saved.Mohsen Mehralizadeh, the governor general of Isfahan Province, was present at the ceremony for starting the 60-billion-rial ($1.4 million) project.


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