Why Use Floating Solar Systems?

Over the past few years, solar power has become more popular. It is often seen as an environmentally friendly way of producing energy. Solar panels can be installed on roofing or on other forms of land, however not all spaces are ideal for the system needed.

Here at NP Solar we provide the design and installation of floating solar systems, offering another approach to power production. We work with clients in the UK and across the world.

To find out more, please feel free to get in contact with our team in Lancaster, Lancashire. We are always available to answer your questions and to give you more information about the process.

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Benefits of the Systems

There are many different benefits to using a floating solar system, including:

– Low Environmental Impact
– Reduction in Algae Growth
– Increase in General Efficiency (Water Has A Natural Cooling Effect)
– No Need For Heavy Equipment When Installing
– Saving Land Space By Building On Disused Water Bodies

Using Unused Space

One of the most beneficial aspects of floating solar systems is the use of a space that would otherwise go unused. As 71% of the Earth’s surface is water, it is important to make the most of the space we have.

Large Scale Projects

Especially when it comes to large scale solar projects, using bodies of water can be an advantage. As well as saving space on land, using water provides an environmentally friendly alternative to a modern way of providing energy

Get In Touch

If you are interested in floating solar systems and would like more details, please feel free to call us today on 01524 740 790 (Lancaster, Lancashire) or 0203 9543 744 (London), or click here to visit our contact page and fill in your details on our form.

Taking safety seriously

Our team takes safety extremely seriously and we ensure that all staff are safe whilst the installation process takes place. The systems we install enable personnel to access safely using additional components. These can include rescue equipment, floating walkways and edge protection.

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