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CSP Plants

The world’s biggest solar-thermal power plant is finally producing enough electricity. The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in Southern California initially failed to meet contractual obligations, and a yearlong forbearance deal with Pacific Gas & Electric Co. expired Wednesday. After fine-tuning the complex facility that uses...

A year on from the launch of Morocco’s Noor I solar farm, the North African country is continuing to take positive steps to reduce their environmental impact by transitioning to renewable energy sources. Having declared at COP21 in Paris last year that they were aiming to...

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) today revealed the names of the companies that won the advisory service contract for the planned 200-MW concentrated solar power (CSP) project in Dubai. The winning consortium is led by KPMG Lower Gulf Ltd, with a focus on the...

China has commissioned its first solar thermal power plant with high-capacity energy storage in the country’s northwestern Qinghai province. The 10 megawatt Power Plant which is the third such power plant in the world has been commissioned, state-run People’s Daily reported. The other two are located in...

Abengoa SA plans to resume work in the next few months on Latin America’s first solar-thermal plant, as the Spanish renewable energy company comes back from the brink of bankruptcy, people with knowledge of the matter said. Work on the $1 billion Atacama I project in northern...

A Concentrated Solar Power plant which produces energy from sun and sand – a promising technology in renewable energy sector – has begun its operation in Italy’s Sicily. In the first 2-megawatt modular unit of solar thermo electric power (STEM) technology, solar radiation captured by 786...