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Message non lupar moinsdewatt » 01/01/20, 19:04

La plus grande centrale solaire PV d'Europe, 500 MW, est terminée en Espagne.
Sur près de 1000 ha. Construction en seulement 12 mois.

Europe’s Largest Solar Farm Completed

December 31, 2019

Spain’s Iberdrola has announced completion of construction of the 500MW Núñez de Balboa solar farm project in the country’s western region of Extremadura.

Comprised of 1,430,000 solar panels, 115 central inverters and two substations, start-up and energising tests have begun and Iberdrola says commercial energy production should commence in the first quarter of 2020.

The Núñez de Balboa project covers an area of nearly 1,000 hectares and will produce an estimated 832 GWh of clean electricity annually, while avoiding avoid 215,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions a year. The facility will supply electricity to clients in banking, telecommunications and retail sectors under power purchase agreements (PPAs).

Iberdrola states it completed construction of the massive solar power station in record time – just 12 months.

More Iberdrola Renewables For Spain

The company has bigger plans for Spain, with the installation of another 3,000 MW of renewable energy capacity by 2022 and Extremadura at the centre of its strategy. Another 2,000 megawatts of solar and wind power have been planned for Extremadura, with 1,700MW of that total already under construction or awaiting administrative sign-off.


https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/eur ... rm-mb1348/
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Message non lupar sicetaitsimple » 01/01/20, 20:48

moinsdewatt a écrit :La plus grande centrale solaire PV d'Europe, 500 MW, est terminée en Espagne.
Sur près de 1000 ha. Construction en seulement 12 mois.


Impressionnant en effet. Nul doute sur la progression du PV en Espagne à court terme, malgré un démarrage complètement raté vers 2006/2007, qui a complètement plombé le secteur pendant 10 ans.
Une remarque: la puissance souscrite n'est "que" de 391MW, https://www.iberdrola.com/about-us/line ... taic-plant
Plutôt une question: je comprends mal pourquoi des schémas type Cestas, avec une orientation Est-Ouest, permettant une installation d'environ 1MWc/ha, ne sont pas privilégiés par les grand développeurs, au moins en Europe. Au Moyen-Orient dans le désert, ça peut être différent.
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Message non lupar moinsdewatt » 03/01/20, 01:01

Feu vert pour le projet de la plus grande centrale solaire aux US. 690 MW dans le Nevada près de Las Vegas (va donc doubler le record actuel de 579 MW en Californie)
Coût 1 milliards de dollars. Sur 2873 ha.
Mise en service fin 2023.
Avec stockage sur batteries.

Trump administration says it will approve largest U.S. solar farm

Jan 1, 2019

Federal officials plan to approve a massive solar farm with energy storage in the desert outside Las Vegas, paving the way for a $1-billion project that will provide electricity to Nevada residents served by billionaire Warren Buffett’s NV Energy.

At 690 megawatts across 7,100 acres, the facility would generate more power than the largest solar farm currently operating in the United States, a 579-megawatt plant in Southern California. The energy storage component — at least 380 megawatts of four-hour lithium-ion batteries, capable of storing solar power for use after dark — would also be one of the largest facilities of its kind.

The so-called Gemini project will be on federal lands, and thus requires sign-off from the Interior Department. The department’s Bureau of Land Management released a final environmental impact statement Monday, in which federal officials indicated they will approve the project after one last round of public comments, likely within 90 days..
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Gemini could be the third solar farm on public lands approved by federal officials since Trump took office, joining the 80-megawatt Sweetwater project in Wyoming and the 500-megawatt Palen project in California’s Riverside County.

The Bureau of Land Management published the final environmental analysis for another large Riverside County solar project, Desert Quartzite, in September, but has not yet issued an official “record of decision.”

The Gemini project “would represent a significant increase in renewable energy capacity for Nevada and the West,” Tim Smith, the bureau’s district manager for southern Nevada, said in a recent news release, when the project’s draft environmental analysis was released.
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The Gemini project is being developed by Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners and Arevia Power, and is expected to be fully operational by Dec. 1, 2023. It will be built along Interstate 15 about 30 miles northeast of Las Vegas, near two large solar farms that are already operating on the other side of the freeway.


https://www.latimes.com/environment/sto ... -las-vegas
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Message non lupar moinsdewatt » 12/01/20, 00:01

Acciona met en route un parc solaire PV de 62 MWcrete dans le désert d'Atacama, Chili.

Acciona turns on 62MWp PV plant, hits 536MW renewables milestone in Chile

By Cecilia Keating Dec 19, 2019

Acciona has commissioned a 54.2MW / 62MWp PV plant in the Atacama desert, bringing its total renewables operating capacity in Chile to 536MW.

The Almeyda plant, which is capable of producing 167.5GWh annually, is the developer’s second PV project in the country after the 246MWp El Romero solar plant.

Almeyda is contracted to supply power to Chile’s state-owned copper mining company through a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA).

The start-up of the facility alongside a new 183MW wind farm has increased Acciona’s operating capacity by 84% in Chile, according to the firm.
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