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MessagePosté: Sam Fév 11, 2012 8:27 pm 
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Etape importante franchie pour la future plus puissante centrale solaire à concentration du monde, située aux USA.
La tour est terminée. Puissance prévue de 110 MWc.


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Concentrating Solar Power Plant Hits Milestone

february 11, 2012

When complete, the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project, located near Tonopah, Nevada, will feature 110-megawatts of new concentrating solar thermal power capacity.

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SolarReserve erects tower for largest concentrated solar thermal plant being built. The Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant, the world's largest concentrating solar power plant being built which uses molten salt, finished an important milestone.

Concentrating Solar Power SolarReserve Reaches Major Construction Milestone. SolarReserve, a U.S. developer of large-scale concentrated solar thermal power projects, announced completion of the 540-foot solar power tower for its 110 megawatt (MW) Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant.

Nevada solar energy project represents leading solar thermal technology worldwide – integrated energy storage provides predictable and zero-emissions electricity day or night to meet peak demands.

SolarReserve, a U.S. developer of large-scale concentrated solar thermal power projects, announced completion of the 540-foot solar power tower for its 110 megawatt (MW) Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Plant located near Tonopah, Nev. Utilizing the most advanced solar thermal technology worldwide, the Crescent Dunes Plant will be the nation’s first commercial-scale solar power facility with fully integrated energy storage and the largest power plant of its kind in the world.


http://www.evwind.es/noticias.php?id_not=16566


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MessagePosté: Mer Mai 30, 2012 3:15 pm 
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J' ai mentionné dans ce post http://www.oleocene.org/phpBB3/viewtopi ... 46#p319346 l' activité de Cedric Philibert à l' agence internationale d l' energie.

En cherchant un peu j' ai trouvé sa page perso : http://philibert.cedric.free.fr/ qui donne des lines vers des presentations qu' il a faite ou contribué. :)

Il a participé aussi à ce rapport (pdf 52 pages) sur le solaire à concentration, paru en 2010 :

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la carte du potentiel en solaire à concentration (page 12) :

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les perspectives de croissance de la production en solaire à concentration (page 20) :
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pour comprendre ce graphe il faut se rappeler que la consommation electrique de France entiére en 2011 a été de 478 TW.h (voir ce post http://www.oleocene.org/phpBB3/viewtopi ... 67#p308767 ) soit quasi 500 TW.h/year qui est la premiére graduation de l' axe vertical.


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MessagePosté: Jeu Mai 31, 2012 12:23 pm 
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et pourquoi y a-t-il une inflexion en 2030 ? Qui est-ce qui se réveille à ce moment là ?

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MessagePosté: Sam Mai 25, 2013 9:11 pm 
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suite de ce post du 13 Avril 2011 sur ce fil http://www.oleocene.org/phpBB3/viewtopi ... 59#p291959

L' énorme centrale thermique à concentration de Ivanpah termine bientot l' installation des 173 milles héliostats.

Premier essais de génération de vapeur sur l' unité1.

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Ivanpah Concentrating Solar Power Project Is More Than 92 Percent Complete

22/05/2013 Evwind,

As the Ivanpah project nears completion, the team continues to move full steam ahead. During the months of February, March and April, more than 1,250 construction workers advanced the project to more than 92 percent complete.

To date, more than 153,990 of the project’s total 173,500 heliostats have been installed. Several stunning photos below show recent progress at the site.

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In April, the Ivanpah team commenced “steam blows” at Unit 1. During steam blows, upwards of thousands of heliostats are focused on the solar boiler to achieve the desired temperatures, pressures and flow rates. The goal of the steam blows is to clear out any mill scale or debris inside the pipes so it does not damage the steam turbine and other balance of plant equipment once operational. A normal start-up process for any conventional power plant, steam blows are part of the “load ascension” program, which includes focusing an increasing number of heliostats onto the boiler and methodically raising the temperature and pressure of the steam produced.


http://www.evwind.es/2013/05/22/ivanpah ... lete/32922

Je rapelle que c' est dans le désert du Mojave en Californie, et que la puissance totale sera de 392 MW.

Ivanpah Solar Power Facility


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MessagePosté: Dim Oct 13, 2013 1:31 pm 
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La centrale solaire thermique à concentration et stockage de chaleur aux sels fondus va bientot entrer en service en Arizona.
C 'est le projet SOLANA. 2 turbines de 140 MW chacune.

125000 tonnes de sels fondus !!! :shock:


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New Arizona Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Plant Keeps Producing Electricity After Sun Goes Down

03/10/2013 Evwind

Unlike other solar-powered electrical plants, the new Solana Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) keeps the sun’s energy working after dark to produce electricity for APS customers across Arizona.

Unlike other solar-powered electrical plants, the new Solana Generating Station keeps the sun’s energy working after dark to produce electricity for APS customers across Arizona. The three-square-mile facility near Gila Bend, Ariz., uses concentrated solar power (CSP) technology and thermal energy storage to capture the sun’s heat to generate clean, renewable electricity. (Photo: Business Wire)

Solana represents an important technological advance in solar energy production compared to the more-common photovoltaic technology, which needs direct sunlight in order to produce electricity. The three-square-mile facility near Gila Bend uses concentrated solar power (CSP) technology and thermal energy storage to capture the sun’s heat to generate clean, renewable electricity.

This technology enables Solana to produce electricity at full capacity for up to six hours after sunset, including the early evening hours when customer demand for power typically peaks in Arizona.

“Solana is a monumental step forward in solar energy production,” said Don Brandt, APS President and Chief Executive Officer. “Solana delivers important value to APS customers by generating power when the sun isn’t shining. It also increases our solar energy portfolio by nearly 50 percent. This provides a huge boost toward our goal to make Arizona the solar capital of America.”

Solana is one of the largest power plants of its kind in the world with a capacity of 280 megawatts, enough to provide energy for 70,000 Arizona homes – a city the size of Yuma. APS is purchasing 100 percent of the output from Solana, which was constructed and is owned by Abengoa Solar.

The plant’s CSP technology produces electricity by collecting the sun’s heat to create steam that turns conventional turbines. The process begins with 2,700 parabolic trough mirrors, which follow the sun to focus its heat on a pipe containing a heat transfer fluid. This fluid, a synthetic oil, can reach a temperature of 735 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat transfer fluid then flows to steam boilers, where it heats water to create steam. The steam drives two 140-megawatt turbines to produce electricity, much like a traditional power plant.

What separates Solana from other solar power plants is the ability to store the heat from the sun up to six hours for electrical production at night. In addition to creating steam, the heat transfer fluid is used to heat molten salt in tanks adjacent to the steam boilers. The thermal energy storage system includes six pairs of hot and cold tanks with a capacity of 125,000 metric tons of salt, and the molten salt is kept at a minimum temperature of 530 degrees Fahrenheit.

When the sun goes down, the heat transfer fluid can be heated by the molten salt to create steam by running it through the tanks instead of the field of parabolic mirrors.


http://www.evwind.es/2013/10/03/new-ari ... down/36442

voir aussi le wikipedia en Anglais : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solana_Generating_Station

et selon Reuters c'est entré en service la semaine dernière.
Cout de 2 milliards de $ !
A 70 km au Sud de Phoenix.

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Abengoa's Arizona Solana solar power plant enters service

Oct 9, 2013 Reuters

Spanish technology and engineering company Abengoa SA said on Wednesday the 280-megawatt Solana solar thermal power plant in Arizona entered service earlier this week.

The plant, which cost about $2 billion to build, has a thermal energy storage system that is able to generate electricity for six hours after the sun goes down.

The plant is located near Gila Bend about 70 miles southwest of Phoenix.

Abengoa said the construction of the plant, which started in 2010, created more than 2,000 jobs.

The plant consists of parabolic shaped mirrors mounted on structures that track the sun and concentrate the sun's rays to heat water into steam to power a conventional turbine.

Arizona Public Service, a unit of Pinnacle West Capital Corp, will buy all the power produced by the plant for 30 years. The plant will generate enough power for about 70,000 homes.

To help finance the plant's construction, the U.S. Department of Energy gave Solana a $1.45 billion federal loan guarantee.

Last week, a unit of media holding company Liberty Interactive Corp invested $300 million in the Solana project.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/ ... 2320131009

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une vue du chantier de SOLANA :

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Albuquerque : démonstrateur de stockage d'énergie à sels fondus

16 Mai 2014

Areva a mis en service son démonstrateur de stockage d'énergie à sels fondus destiné aux installations solaires du groupe intégrant les réflecteurs à miroirs de Fresnel linéaires (CLFR).

Cet équipement est développé dans le cadre d'un partenariat avec le laboratoire national américain de Sandia*, au Nouveau-Mexique.

L'installation associe de manière inédite un dispositif de test à sels fondus à la technologie CLFR d'Areva. Cette solution constitue une innovation dans le domaine du stockage d'énergie, permettant à une centrale solaire de générer de l'électricité indépendamment du jour et de la nuit.

Le système CLFR s'appuie sur un ensemble de miroirs (5.000 m2) qui concentrent le rayonnement du soleil pour réchauffer un fluide caloporteur, ici les sels fondus, se trouvant à l'intérieur d'un réservoir surélevé. Le système extrait les sels fondus d'un réservoir dit « froid » (290°C), utilise la chaleur des miroirs pour les chauffer jusqu'à 550°C et les transfère ensuite dans un réservoir séparé pour le stockage. Lorsque cela est nécessaire, les sels fondus chauds passent par un échangeur thermique pour produire la vapeur nécessaire à la production d'électricité. Les sels fondus retournent ensuite dans le réservoir froid et le processus se répète en boucle fermée.

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Les premiers résultats ont démontré l'efficacité des sels fondus comme fluide caloporteur : ils permettent de faire fonctionner l'installation à haute température, de la simplifier et d'en réduire le coût global. Le démonstrateur permet aussi à Areva d'étudier l'optimisation des coûts d'exploitation et de maintenance associés à cette option technologique dans des conditions réelles d'exploitation.

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http://www.enerzine.com/1/17253+albuque ... ndus+.html


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Le prix de l'électricité du solaire thermique en baisse. Ici pour un appel d' offre à Dubaï de 200 MW :

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Record-Breaking Cost Reduction for Concentrated Solar Power Generation

June 7, 2017 evwind

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced on 4 June the prices offered from four consortia for the 200-MW fourth phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum solar park. The lowest bid for the Solar Thermal Electricity (STE) project came in at 9.45 US cents/kWh (approx. 8.4 €cts/kWh). Participating consortia were [ACWA Power (Saudi Arabia), Shanghai Electric (China), BrightSource (USA)]; [Alfanar (Saudi Arabia), Suncan (China)]; [Engie (France), SolarReserve (USA), Power China (China), Sepco3 (China)] and [Masdar (UAE), EDF (France), Abengoa (Spain), Harbin Electric (China)].

Although DEWA will announce the winner in one month, following its assessment of last technical and economical features, a first key aspect is that three of the best bids offered by multi-national players are hitting or even below 10 €cts/kWh while the installed capacity in STE worldwide is just around 5 GW compared to nearly 500 GW for wind and 300 GW for PV. In other words, STE costs were divided by 3 in just 10 years (2007-2017) with just 1% of the market volume for wind and less than 2 % of the market volume of PV!

This comes already after SolarReserve offered 6.54 US cts/kWh in Chile in August 2016 for a STE 120-MW plant, where in addition to the best solar resource in the world, the country’s stable financial status along with US dollar denominated power contracts results in excellent financing and investment terms.
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https://www.evwind.es/2017/06/07/record ... tion/60078


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La tour solaire Israélienne va culminer à 240m. Ça va pulvériser le record existant de 137m en Californie.

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La plus haute tour solaire du monde s'élève dans le désert israélien

Quand elle entrera en service fin 2017, la tour Ashalim culminera à 240 mètres et sera visible à des dizaines de kilomètres à la ronde dans ce désert rocailleux du sud d'Israël.A ses pieds s'étendra un champ de 300 hectares --l'équivalent de plus de 400 terrains de football-- de miroirs qui redirigeront les rayons du soleil vers le sommet de la tour dans une partie appelée le "chaudron" et qui ressemble de loin à une ampoule géante.Le chaudron, dont la température atteindra 600 degrés Celsius, génèrera de la vapeur qui sera ensuite canalisée vers le pied de la tour où l’électricité sera produite.Cette tour devrait fournir 2% de l'électricité du pays (121 mégawatts) soit l'équivalent de la consommation d'une ville de 110.000 foyers.Le chantier, dont le coût est estimé à 500 millions d'euros, est financé par le groupe américain General Electric qui a racheté la division énergie du Français Alstom, et par le fonds privé d'investissement israélien Noy.
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Aprés la tour solaire" Israelienne de 240 m en construction, le record va étre porté à 260 m avec un projet qui va voir le jour en Arabie Saoudite.
1ére phase du projet devrait entrer en service pour Q4 2020.


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DEWA Awards AED14.2 Billion Concentrated Solar Power Project With a Record Bid of USD 7.3 Cents Per kW/h to Generate 700MW

September 16, 2017 evwind

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has achieved another world record by awarding the 700MW AED14.2 billion fourth phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. This is the largest single-site Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project in the world, based on the Independent Power Producer (IPP) model. The contract is awarded to a consortium comprising Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power and China’s Shanghai Electric.

The consortium bid the lowest Levelised Cost of Electricity (LCOE) of USD 7.3 cents per kilowatt hour (kW/h). The project will have the world’s tallest solar tower, measuring 260 metres. The power purchase agreement and the financial close are due to be finished shortly. The project will be commissioned in stages, starting from Q4 of 2020.

“Awarding this strategic project supports the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to promote sustainability, and make Dubai a global centre for clean energy and a green economy. This vision is supported by the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 to increase the share of clean energy in Dubai’s total power output to 7% by 2020, 25% by 2030, and 75% by 2050.

“Our focus on renewable energy generation has led to a drop in prices worldwide and has lowered the price of solar power bids in Europe and the Middle East. This was evident today when we received the lowest CSP project cost in the world,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD&CEO of DEWA.

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is the largest single-site solar park in the world, based on the IPP model. It will generate 1,000MW by 2020 and 5,000MW by 2030. The 13MW photovoltaic first phase became operational in 2013. The 200MW photovoltaic second phase of the solar park was launched in March 2017. The 800MW photovoltaic third phase will be operational by 2020, and the first stage of the 700MW CSP fourth phase will be commissioned in Q4 of 2020.

https://www.evwind.es/2017/09/16/dewa-a ... 00mw/61097


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La centrale à concentration de Xina Solar en Afrique du Sud fête son 1er mois de fonctionnement.
Puissance de 100 MW. 400 GWh de production à l' année attendu. Mais US$880 million tout de même.
Avec 5.5 heures de stockage d'énergie.



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Xina Solar One Concentrated Solar Power plant completes first month of operation, South Africa

October 18, 2017 evwind

The US$880 million Xina concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in Pofadder, South Africa has successfully completed its first month of commercial operation. Mott MacDonald was lenders’ technical advisor during the project’s financing and construction stages and will now monitor operations in an ongoing role.

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Awarded during the third round of South Africa’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer programme (REIPPP), the 100MW plant is expected to generate approximately 400GWh of energy per year. This will be sufficient to provide electricity to 95,000 homes, while the use of CSP will prevent the emission of 348,000 tons of CO2 annually.

As well as using parabolic trough technology with 5.5 hours of thermal energy storage, Xina also features the largest parabolic trough collector used in a commercial CSP project to date.

As lender’s technical advisor, Mott MacDonald provided technical, environmental and social due diligence prior to financial close. The consultancy then provided construction monitoring services, helping the project attain practical completion to commence operations.
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https://www.evwind.es/2017/10/18/xina-s ... rica/61454


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