Take a look at Kenya's first floating solar project that is based at the Water reservoir of rose grower Rift Valley Roses. The project has been made possible by 125 German crowd investors, via ecoligo.investments. In this video below, the project is shown and the benefits are presented.
Besides generating clean, affordable energy, this solar system also prevents water evaporation. In this way, a grower can not only save CO2 emissions but also reduce the water reservoir problem. And thanks to the cooling effect of the water, it is even more effective than floor or roof systems.
Despite the great potential of the technology, of which many companies benefit from like farms whose existence depend on water, there are only a handful of floating PV systems in Africa. The technology is sophisticated and recommended by the World back, but financing is proving to be difficult, especially in emerging countries.
The project has been made possible by 125 crowd investors, through ecoligo.investments. By investing in this product, they do not only receive good returns, but they also fight the climate crisis.
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