Hassi R'Mel integrated solar combined cycle power station
The Hassi R'Mel integrated solar combined cycle power station is an integrated solar combined cycle (ISCC) power station near Hassi R'Mel in Algeria. The plant combines a 25 MW parabolic trough concentrating solar power array, covering an area of over 180,000 m2, in conjunction with a 130 MW combined cycle gas turbine plant, so cutting carbon emissions compared to a traditional power station. The output from the solar array is used in the steam turbine.
The station began producing electricity in June 2011. It was inaugurated July 14, 2011.
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