Hassi R'Mel integrated solar combined cycle power station
The Hassi R'Mel integrated solar combined cycle power station is a hybrid power station near Hassi R'Mel in Algeria. The plant combines a 25 MW parabolic trough concentrating solar power array, covering an area of over 180,000 m2, in conjunction with a 130 MW combined cycle gas turbine plant, so cutting carbon emissions compared to a traditional power station. The output from the solar array is used in the steam turbine.
The station began producing electricity in June 2011. It was inaugurated July 14, 2011.
- Hassi R'mel: Parabolic trough integrated with a combined cycle plant in Algeria
- CSP Project Developments in Algeria
- Natural Gas and Algerian Strategy for Renewable Energy
- Assessment of the World Bank/GEF Strategy for the Market Development of Concentrating Solar Thermal Power
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