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Turkey's first floating solar power plant built in Istanbul
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4 August 2017
On 4 August 2017 Daily Sabah reported:
The Floating Solar Power Plant, the first of its kind in Turkey, officially went into operation in Istanbul's Lake Buyukcekmece on Friday. The plant . . . is comprised of 960 polycrystalline photovoltaic panels that provide 260 watts of energy each. The plant is expected to prevent 210 tons of carbon dioxide emission every year.
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