Cole Mellino for EcoWatch: Morocco imports 97 percent of its energy, and yet it has one of the highest rates of solarinsolation of any country—about 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, according to the Solar GCC Alliance. To put that in perspective, the Guinness Book of World Records puts Yuma, Arizona as the sunniest place on Earth with an average of 4,055 hours of sunshine per year (the theoretical maximum is 4,456), whereas the sunniest place in Germany, which still has a robust solar industry, gets a mere 1,800 sunshine hours a year. So it’s no surprise that Morocco is tapping into its abundant sunshine for energy. Morocco is building “a complex of four linked solar mega-plants that, alongside hydro andwind, will help provide nearly half of Morocco’s electricity from renewables by 2020,” reports The Guardian. When the entire project is finished, it will be the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant in the world. The first phase, Noor 1, will go live next month. Cont'd...
Company Targeting Off-Grid and Unreliable-Grid Markets with Critical Need for Power
Innovative Solar Systems, LLC is offering corporate partners special project rates with long term contracts and incentives in regards to ISS's Nationwide Portfolio of Renewable Energy Projects.
Over 32 gigawatts (GWs) of projects greater than 5 megawatts (MWs) in size are still in development or under construction in the United States
The solar systems will be built on rooftops throughout the Orange County and Inland Empire industrial corridors.
All four parks use Canadian Solar's 60 cell solar modules, CS6P-250|255|260P.
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