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December 8, 2014 – 3:23 pm

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  1. 11 Responses to “solar thermal power -World’s biggest solar thermal power project in construction at Ouarzazate, Morocco | Business Brief”

  2. I’d like to see them use a significant portion of that power to desalinate
    ocean water. They could use that for drinking, farming, and also produce
    hydrogen and oxygen. It would have to be profitable at that point.

    By Mark Herndon on Dec 8, 2014

  3. This is NOT a Desertec project ! The electricity is for the national market
    only and will not be exported.. yet. The Desertec project has been
    abandoned. 

    By Fouad Ramsis on Dec 8, 2014

  4. also water can be pumped up into a reservoir to store energy for later use
    run of the river dams are nice because they don’t block the river or
    cause reservoirs they only extend half way across the river with
    turbines inside that make power also with lots of river hydroelectric is no
    brainer it just takes capital that capital is restricted because of cold
    war imf world bank policies one reason the west want control of fuel and
    so much other stuff is so they can release capital but not end up with
    losing its control over all thees countries that were kept down by supply
    side economics 

    By Bryn Comeaux on Dec 8, 2014

  5. my idea is solar ponds large shallow salt water then heat pumps extract
    heat using solar generated electricity that then heats organic
    refrigerants that turn tesla steam turbines to make electricity that is
    then uses for power and hydrogen fuel.

    By Bryn Comeaux on Dec 8, 2014

  6. By Fouad Ramsis on Dec 8, 2014

  7. I’d like to see them use a significant portion of that power to desalinate
    ocean water. They could use that for drinking, farming, and also produce
    hydrogen and oxygen. It would have to be profitable at that point.

    By Katyissa B on Dec 8, 2014

  8. I’d like to see them use a significant portion of that power to desalinate
    ocean water. They could use that for drinking, farming, and also produce
    hydrogen and oxygen. It would have to be profitable at that point.

    By ketan kathiriya on Dec 8, 2014

  9. This government incentivized “green energy” crap needs to STOP!
    Go to google images and search “wind turbine fire” 

    By john smith on Dec 8, 2014

  10. What a terrific idea, the question has to arise as to why high tech
    countries aren’t doing the same thing as this third world country. I love
    in Arizona where high temps will soon start to be above 100 degrees or 39
    C, and last until the middle of October, yet we have NO power generated by
    solar despite the highest number of sunny days in the world. Please follow
    up with more reports, we need to know why this type of project isn’t being
    done in other desert areas.

    By Steven Western on Dec 8, 2014

  11. Solar Thermal Power Plant…. the best renewable energy!

    By Dan Baltazar on Dec 8, 2014

  12. By Solar India HINDI - सोलर शिक्षा on Dec 8, 2014

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