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According to the latest World Bank report, floating solar in Australia and Oceania have an impressive potential for over 50 GW of floating solar installations in the coming decade.
Recently released report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory states floating solar systems could contribute 10% of the USA’s current national energy generation, whilst also providing a raft of other benefits.
FloatPac has realised three years of blood, sweat and tears by completing our very first floating solar installation – and it couldn’t have gone any better!
FloatPac CEO, Gavin Hodgins, explains the concept and premise of floating solar, and highlights the significant advantages it has over more traditional ground mount and roof mount systems.
FloatPac Solar announce Australia’s first privately owned and operated floating solar system has been completed.
Plagued by escalating costs and insufficient supply of electricity, Australia’s mining industry is finally turning towards alternative power that is clean, sustainable, and renewable. Their prime candidate? Solar power.
Floating solar power reduces, if not eliminates, the scarcity and competition for land that drives prices up, allowing dairy farmers to keep up with Australia’s emerging trend for large farm operations of more than 1,000 dairy cattle.
FloatPac solar presents a significant opportunity to the Australian wine industry to harness solar power, reduce land usage and save water.
FloatPac solar allows water authorities around the globe to reduce water evaporation and algae blooms, and supercharge hydro dams utilising floating solar.