England will soon be home to the world’s largest floating solar farm. The array consists of 23,000 solar panels that sit on the Queen Elizabeth II reservoir.
According to The Guardian, the £6 million (about $8 million) project will help power local water treatment plants that provide clean drinking water to London and south-east England’s 10 million residents
“This will be the biggest floating solar farm in the world for a time others are under construction,” Angus Berry, energy manager for Thames Water, the utility which owns the site, told The Guardian. “We are leading the way, but we hope that others will follow, in the UK and abroad.”
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