Floating solar panels could provide over a third of global electricity
Panels on reservoirs can keep enough water for 300 million people from evaporating.
The cost of solar power has dropped dramatically over the past decade, making it the cheapest source of electricity in much of the world. Clearly, that can mean cheaper power. But it also means that we can potentially install panels in places that would otherwise be too expensive and still produce power profitably.
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