One solution, at least for countries with coastlines or stretches of water such as swamps, is the one that two companies are going to create: The German RWE and the Dutch Norwegian SOLAR Duck, are going to build a marine solar energy plant and do it in an extreme place, because they will do it in the North Sea off the coast of Ostend.
So it would be good to target this technology to apply to places with more sun and calm seas, such as the Caribbean coast or coasts whose cities have more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
It is considered the largest in Europe, although it is not located on the sea this time they have chosen a quieter location, in a reservoir; the installation combines solar and hydroelectric energy and has innovative technology in its floats.
This combined solar and hydroelectric power plant has an installed capacity of 5 megawatts and the capacity to generate around 7 GB and a half per year, which is equivalent to the amount of energy needed to supply 30% of families in the Portuguese regions. of Portel and Moura.
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