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Ca. 750-800 mq.
Of course, as for all specialist applications. In each case, the structures have been designed to allow quick and low-cost assembly and disassembly, using a modular and efficient construction model (cluster), in such a way as to be suitable both for small and large installations.
It can be installed easily on board the floating structure rather than on the ground: it depends on the design choices and the context in which the photovoltaic system will be constructed. From a technical point of view, there are no restrictions.
In general, yes. Initially, it is advisable to carry out a chemical and physical analysis of the reservoir waters in order to determine the quality of the water to avoid damaging the photovoltaic modules over time.
Considering the type of materials used, the approximate duration is 30 years: corrugated polyethylene, galvanised steel work, stainless steel and aluminium components.
The materials used are: corrugated polyethylene, galvanised steel work, stainless steel and aluminium components.
They are therefore 100% recyclable materials and do not release toxic or environmentally harmful substances during their life cycle.
Most of the components of a solar module can be reused. Thanks to technological innovations that have occurred in recent years, up to 95% of some semiconductor or glass materials, as well as large quantities of ferrous and non-ferrous metals used in photovoltaic modules can be recovered.
Some private companies and non-profit organisations, such as PV CYCLE in the European Union (http://www.pvcyclegroup.it/), are engaged in collection and recycling operations at the end of the modules' life cycle.
From a standard module of 21 kg, about 15 kg of glass, 2.8 kg of plastic, 2 kg of aluminium, 1 kg of silicon powder and 0.14 kg of copper can be recovered.
Innovative realisation of floating photovoltaic systems for installation on reservoirs