To win on the water, float solar with simplicity

European solar developer Lightsource announced the continent’s largest floating solar system in partnership with water utility Thames Water and Ciel et Terre (see the September 16, 2015 LRSJ). The project is sized at 6.3 MW and will be deployed over one of the utility’s reservoirs. This project i...

This item has been archived in line with our efforts to keep our content relevant and up to date for our readership. For further assistance, please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

Vast Solar

Company Profile | March 01, 2022

Vast Solar develops a modular concentrated solar power (CSP) system that uses liquid sodium as the heat transfer fluid (HTF) for high‑temperature thermal energy storage The differentiators claimed by Vast Solar include the design of the modular system with heliostats and a short receiver (50 ... Not part of subscription

Erthos raises USD 17 million to get a dubious solar technology on its feet

News Commentary | March 11, 2022

The utility‑scale ground‑mount solar project startup closed its Series B round, raising USD 17 million to develop its technology, Earth Mount Solar, a concept that sets solar panels directly on the ground without using racks. Erthos claims that this reduces costs substantially as the balance of ... Not part of subscription

Floating Photovoltaics

Technology | April 21, 2022

Power generation from photovoltaic modules mounted on platforms that float on a body of water. Not part of subscription