Floating solar power could help fight climate change - let's get it right.

@article{Almeida2022FloatingSP,
  title={Floating solar power could help fight climate change - let's get it right.},
  author={Rafael Marques Almeida and Rafael Schmitt and Steven M. Grodsky and Alexander S. Flecker and Carla P Gomes and Lu Zhao and Haohui Liu and Nathan Barros and Rafael Kelman and Peter B. McIntyre},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2022},
  volume={606 7913},
  pages={
          246-249
        }
}

Floating Photovoltaics: A Review

The world is transitioning towards a net zero emissions future and solar energy is at the forefront of the transition. The land use requirements to install solar farms present a barrier for the

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