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More Efficient

8-10% more efficient solar energy system than pontoon-based floating SPPs


More Durable

Resistant to high wind speeds and currents due to its circular design


New Paradigm in Energy

Different perspective on solar energy system



The term “floatovoltaics” (FPV) refers to solar panels set in a structure that floats over a body of water, usually a reservoir or lake. Floating Solar Power Plants (SPP) or Floating Photovoltaics (FPV) are also known as “floatovoltaics” (FPV).

Since 2016, the global market for renewable energy technology has been quickly expanding. Between 2007 and 2013, the first 20 plants with less than 100 kWp were constructed.

The projects that attained 500 kVA capacity in Italy before 2010 were particularly important in spreading this sector over the world. The installed power of floating SPPs globally surpassed 3 GW in 2020, and it is predicted that this capacity would increase to 10 GW by 2025.

Why Floating SPP? 

Sıfır karbon hedefi çerçevesinde güneş enerjisinden faydalanması gerekli olup, planlanan kurulu güze ulaşmak için GES kurulmasına uygun karasal alanların kısıtlı olması, tarım alanlarının korunması gibi nedenlerle kullanılmayan su yüzeylerinin değerlendirilmesi gereklidir.

Spp Technology

According to PPM Ltd., renewable energy sources will safeguard the world’s future. With this conviction, he focused on solar energy and saw the potential for our nation in floating solar power plants. He worked with Oceansun, a company that employs cutting-edge technology and manages floating power plants.

Some Advantages of Floating Spps

Compared to land SPPs, floating SPPs have advantages. The area does not need to be leveled, trees or structures need not be removed, and floating panels are less susceptible to dust pollution. The fact that water is colder than land also contributes to their 20% higher energy efficiency.

Our Difference
  • lower price
  • High efficiency: The membrane cools water as it comes into touch with it, making it effective.
  • Simple and quick installation.
  • Risk of breaking and breaking of the pontoons, as well as the panels’ ability to sail in high-speed winds, make the sea surface more favorable.
  • Simple logistics and transportation.