It is slated to be the world's largest floating solar PV plant.
Indonesian power utility PLN's subsidiary, PT Pembangkitan Jawa-Bali (PT PJB), signed a project development agreement with Masdar to build the world's largest floating solar photovoltaic power plant.
The 200MW project will sprawl across a 225-hectare area on top of the Cirata Reservoir in West Java, Indonesia. The 6,000-hectare Cirata Reservoir is already the powerhouse of a 1GW hydro power station.
The floating project will be mounted on 700,000 floats anchored to the Cirata Reservoir bed.
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