An Australian-first floating solar power plant is expected to be operational in South Australia by early April, with construction about to get underway.
The plant will float on a wastewater treatment facility in Jamestown in the state’s mid north.
Felicia Whiting of Infratech Industries said the plant was designed so that much of the construction could be carried out offsite and slotted together at the facility.
Infratech has developed floating solar power plants in countries such as France and South Korea, but the company had seen them as test sites for the new and improved model planned for South Australia.
The above is an excerpt of Australian-first floating solar farm due to begin construction in SA by Matthew Doran for ABC. Image Credit: Infratech Industries.