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|The Solar Projects Solar One, Solar Two and Solar Tres are power plants based on solar thermal energy in the Mojave Desert, USA.|
|The solar power station Espenhain is in a former open mining with Espenhain (in Saxonia) established a solar power station. This power station is a Photovoltaik plant. |
It is solar a community project of the citizens of Berlin project development company Geosol and the Shell AG. On that 16 hectares large areas supply 33,500 solar modules a total output of approximately five megaw...
|Nevada Solar One is the, largest concentrated solar power plant in the world, with a nominal capacity of 64 MW and maximum capacity of 75 MW, as of June 2007. The project required an investment of $266 million USD and electricity production is estimated to be 134 million kilowatt hours per year.|
It is the second solar thermal power plant built in the United States in more than 16...
|This is a power plant out in the middle of nowhere in the Nellis Test Range in Nevada.||11/15/2008||1,185|
|The THEMIS solar power tower is a research and development centre focused on solar energy. It is located near the village of Targassonne, in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales, south of France, 3 kilometres from the world's largest solar furnace in Odeillo.|
THEMIS Solar power tower, owned by the General Council of the Pyrénées-Orientales, was strategically located in the regio...
|Europe's first commercial concentrating Planta Solar 10 or PS10 solar power tower operates near the Southern Spanish city of Seville. The 11 megawatt (MW) solar power tower produces electricity with 624 large movable mirrors called heliostats.|
Next to it is the PS20 solar power tower. It is the world's most powerful solar power tower. The 20 megawatt solar power tower produces el...
|From 1996 until 2001 it was the biggest in the world. |
This plant stands for 30% of power and heating supply in Marstal.
You also find two more solar energy plants on the island Aero. In Aeroskobing and Store Rise.
|is this a sun-power (solar) powerplant?||11/01/2005||699|
|Information first loalized at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photovoltaics .|
Searched in Google Earth and... BINGO.
60,000 solar modules.
|The largest solar furnace in the world is at Odeillo in the Pyrenees-Orientales in France, opened in 1970. It employs an array of plane mirrors to gather the rays of light from the sun, reflecting them on to a larger curved mirror. The rays are then focused onto an area the size of a cooking pot and can reach 3,000 °C (5,430 °F).|
|The Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant, largest in operation in the world, is a binational undertaking developed by Brazil and Paraguay in the Paraná River. The installed power of the plant is 12,600 MW (megawatts), with 18 generator units of 700 MW each.||07/13/2005||2,214|
|South African power plant.
Power plant near Kriel (east of Johannesburg), South Africa. Seems to show at least six cooling towers; best information available seems to indicate facility is a Thermal Power Station, rather than nuclear.