- South Korea Approves Plan to Build World's Biggest Floating Solar Power Station - Ministry
South Korea Approves Plan To Build World's Biggest Floating Solar Power Station - Ministry
Muhammad Irfan 5 months ago Thu 18th July 2019 | 08:02 PM
South Korea has approved a project to build the world's biggest floating solar power station, the country's Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy said on Thursday
The station will be build on the Saemangeum Lake that is separated from the ocean by the Saemangeum Seawall, the biggest dam in the world situated in the South Korean province of Jeollabuk-do. At the first stage of the power station's construction, which will end in April 2022, the station is expected to produce 1.
2 gigawatts of electricity and 0.9 gigawatts more in 2025, at the second stage.