Indonesia inaugurates Southeast Asia’s largest floating solar farm

An aerial view of a new 192 MWp floating solar farm, built in West Java by Indonesia and UAE renewable energy firm Masdar and inaugurated by President Joko Widodo.

Indonesia inaugurated a $100 million floating solar farm on Thursday, the largest in Southeast Asia, as it seeks more opportunities to transition to green, renewable energy.

The Cirata floating solar farm, which is expected to generate enough electricity to power 50,000 households, is built on a 200-hectare (500-acre) reservoir in West Java, about 130 kilometers (80 miles) from the capital, Jakarta.
“Today is a historical day, because our big dream to build a renewable energy plant …

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