When the tops of buildings just isn’t enough, the ocean is the next frontier of solar panel placement.  New LSA’s or Liquid Solar Arrays have been developed to float on the ocean.  Using currently existing solar concentrator technologies, LSA’s are constructed with light weight materials allowing them to submerge themselves when stormy waters arrive.  Do they have seagull excrement wipers?  How will this affect marine life?  I know that the ocean is a plausable scenario for solar panel placement but it doesn’t seem like we should be there yet.


Jeff B