Friday, April 8, 2011

Solar Fotovoltaico Park in Italy

Perhaps over thousands of years since a large dimension of Rovigo, Italy, land becomes something much more useful than function fulfilled, especially if we consider not only new functionality will be used for its former owner, but to facilitate the daily activities of a community.


This large expanse of land has given rise to what today we see as the World's largest Solar Fotovoltaico Park made entirely by signing SunEdison, who had obtained the permission of the Italian Government initiative some nine months earlier.

This installation, functioning at 100%, may provide some 70 megawatts of electricity, but what is surprising is not that can deliver, but how was carried out as quickly: was carried out in conjunction with Isolux Corsan investments together with the company previously mentioned, with the organization City and Local Environmental Accounting Reporting (CLEAR) who provided plans necessary for its function feasibility and livelihood support.

If this plant is put into operation its efficiency allows a reduction of up to 40,000 tons of carbon dioxide, which would be practically equivalent to more than 8,000 cars passing on a daily basis by the Italian road.


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