Southeast Asia to add 300MW of floating solar in early 2024, key to solar expansion


Sunseap is among the companies developing a GW-scale FPV project in Southeast Asia, with a 2.2GWp project in an Indonesian reservoir. Image: Sunseap.

Southeast Asia is expected to add 300MW of floating solar PV (FPV) capacity in early 2024, according to a report from research firm Rystad Energy.

Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand are expected to lead the region in the coming years in the FPV market, which currently has nearly 500MW of installed capacity in Southeast Asia.

(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech,By Jonathan Touriño Jacobo)


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