Kyocera told about the construction of the world’s largest floating solar power plant
As we reported, in December 2015 the company TC-Lease and Kyocera started construction of the world’s largest floating solar power plant. Recently, the company Kyocera has told about the course of construction.
Panel float pontoon system manufactured by French company Ciel&Terre.
The floats are mounted photovoltaic panels.
Ready modules are towed to the desired location of the assemblies of 14 pieces.
The design capacity of the plant, including 50 904 panel production Kyocera is 13.7 MW. The station collected on the surface of the industrial reservoir Akamura in the city of Ichihara (Chiba Prefecture), should enter service in 2017 fiscal year that the Japanese manufacturers will start April 1. Its operation will be engaged in a joint venture, Kyocera TCL Solar.