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Why is Concentrated Solar Power right for the Middle East and North Africa?

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has some of the world’s best solar energy resources. Compared to the rest of the world, MENA’s solar resources have great potential for concentrated solar thermal power (CSP) because the technology uses both light and heat from the sun.  Heat from MENA’s [...]

First Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant in Morocco solar mega solar energy project to open in 2015

Morocco's first Concentrated Solar Power plant will begin operating in 2015 as part of a multi-billion-euro project the oil-scarce kingdom hopes will satisfy its growing energy needs.

Expansion of Morocco’s Largest Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Complex to Provide 1.1 Million Moroccans with Solar Energy

The Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project will back the government’s strategy of harnessing power from the sun through the use of concentrated solar power technology.

World Bank has approved the $519m Noor-Ouarzazate concentrated solar power (CSP) project in Morocco

The Noor-Ouarzazate Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Complex alone will supply power to 1.1 million Moroccans by 2018.

MASEN will attend the event for the Concentrated Solar Power industry, CSP Today Sevilla 2014

The Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy, MASEN, will attend the most important event for the Concentrated Solar Power industry, CSP Today Sevilla 2014.

India Poised to be a Global Leader in the Development of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and Photovoltaic (PV)

The reverse bidding mechanism enabled qualified bidders to benefit from declining global prices for solar components, thereby reducing the purchase price of both solar PV and Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) for the utili

North African and Middle East Countries Poised to Upgrade Concentrated Solar Power Use with AfDB, World Bank, and CIF Support

The workshop presented an important opportunity for the five countries to discuss ways to deepen their effective use of CSP as a means to transform their national and regional energy paths.

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