Kyocera To Develop Japan’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant

Favorable government policies and incentives are continuously pushing the development of solar sector in Japan. But the development of ground-mounted solar systems is still a challenge there due to lack of vacant land. Kyocera has, therefore, come out with an alternative plan of installing floating solar panels over ponds. According to a recent announcement, Kyocera

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