Yazd integrated solar combined cycle power station

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Yazd solar power plant
Country Iran
Location Yazd
Commission date 2009
Operator(s) MAPNA
Solar farm
Type CSP
CSP technology Parabolic trough
Power generation
Primary fuel natural gas
Secondary fuel diesel oil
Make and model Doosan
MAPNA
Nameplate capacity 467 MW
Combined cycle? yes

The Yazd integrated solar combined cycle power station is a hybrid power station situated near Yazd, Iran which became operational in 2009. It is the world's first combined cycle power plant using solar power and natural gas. The plant has a capacity of 467 MW and uses solar energy to augment its steam generation by concentrating solar power technology.[1][2][3] Yazd integrated solar combined cycle power station by the start of 2010 was the eight largest solar power plant in the world.[4]

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