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Portugal set to start up Europe's largest floating solar park

Floating solar farms are becoming more common in the fight to cut CO2 emissions. Image: Unsplash/Rei Yamazaki

Sergio Goncalves

Reporter, Reuters

Miguel Pereira

Journalist, Reuters

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Aerial view of EDP's (Energias de Portugal) largest floating solar farm on a dam in Europe, on the surface of Alqueva dam, in Moura, Portugal. Image: REUTERS/Miguel Pereira
Workers talk during the installation of EDP's (Energias de Portugal) largest floating solar farm on a dam in Europe, on the surface of Alqueva dam, in Moura, Portugal. Image: REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
EDP's (Energias de Portugal) is the biggest floating solar farm in a hydro dam in Europe, and a very good benchmark. Image: REUTERS/Miguel Pereira
A worker is seen during the installation of EDP's (Energias de Portugal) largest floating solar farm on a dam in Europe, on the surface of Alqueva dam, in Moura, Portugal. Image: REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
A worker walks during the installation of EDP's (Energias de Portugal) largest floating solar farm on a dam in Europe, on the surface of Alqueva dam, in Moura, Portugal. Image: REUTERS/Pedro Nunes
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