Learn how the World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Works?
More and more countries of the world are beginning to use alternative energy sources, including solar. Therefore, modest rooftop panels are being replaced by “solar farms” spread over vast areas. So, the fourth-largest solar power plant in the world, Benban Solar Park is located in Egypt, covers an area of 37 square Kilometers, and generates a capacity of 1,650 MW.
In third place is Shakti Sthala, located in the city of Pavagada in India. Its area is 50 square Kilometers and has a capacity of about 2000 MW. The second is the Chinese Hainan Solar Park. It consists of 672 photovoltaic arrays and produces 2,200 MW. What is the largest solar power plant in the world and how is it arranged? Watch in our video!Innovative Techs
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