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A French renewable energy company begins the construction of the world’s largest salt-water floating solar power plant in Seychelles. The project aims to feature five-megawatt photovoltaic solar energy systems. It will be situated in the eastern region of Providence on Mahe, the largest island in the country. The objective of the project, which is also supported by the Seychelles government, is to target its zero-emission goal. The undertaking is expected to be finished in seven months.

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