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Abengoa Dubai Concentrated Solar Power contract valued at $650mn

2018.05.17     From: New Energy Update

Abengoa’s contract to supply three 200 MW parabolic trough plants to the 700 MW DEWA CSP project in Dubai is valued at approximately $650 million, the Spanish company said in a statement May 9.


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Last month, Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power signed an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract with Shanghai Electric, a major Chinese power company, to install the DEWA CSP project.

The dual-technology DEWA CSP project, awarded by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) in September 2017, sets a new industry record for size and cost-efficiency.

The project will require 14.2 Billion AED ($3.9 billion) in investment and will consist of three 200 MW parabolic trough systems and a 100 MW central tower plant. The project was awarded at a tariff price of $73/MWh and includes up to 15 hours of energy storage capacity.

Abengoa and U.S. developer BrightSource are the respective technology providers for the parabolic trough and central tower plants, bringing decades of CSP industry experience to the project.

Abengoa will provide the parabolic trough technology and will be the key subcontractor of the solar field on a lump sum turnkey basis, the company said in its statement. The solar field for the three parabolic trough plants spans approximately 28 square kilometres, it said.

Project documents for the 700 MW plant, including the power purchase agreement (PPA) with DEWA and EPC contracts, have been signed and talks with financial lenders are at a “very advanced stage,” Meriem Bellizim, ACWA Power’s project manager for the DEWA 700 MW CSP project, told the MENA New Energy 2018 conference on April 24.

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is mandated lead arranger for a $1.5 billion senior loan. ICBC, Bank of China and Agricultural Bank of China will together provide almost 80% of senior debt.

Financial partners– which involve local, and international investors including Chinese groups– are currently working through conditions precedent, Bellizim said.

“Financial close will be around the end of July, maybe the beginning of August,” she said.


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Dubai to tender 300 MW CSP plant by Q1 2019

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) will launch a tender for a further 300 MW of CSP capacity with storage before the first quarter of 2019, Saeed Al Tayer, chief executive of DEWA, said May 1.

According to The National newspaper, the 300 MW project will be located at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, raising the total CSP capacity at the park to 1 GW. Including PV, DEWA plans to build 5 GW of solar capacity at the park by 2030.

DEWA plans to spend around Dh81 billion ($22.3 billion) over the next five years to develop its energy infrastructure, Al Tayer reportedly said. Around half of this amount would be spent on independent power producer (IPP) projects, he said.

Abengoa wins contracts to supply two Chinese CSP plants

Spain’s Abengoa is to provide technology and engineering resources to the 50 MW LuNeng Haixi CSP tower plant project in Qinghai, China and the 50 MW Royal Tech Yumen parabolic trough plant in Gansu province, the company announced May 3.

The LuNeng Haixi plant is being developed by the Luneng Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the State Grid Corporation of China. Abengoa will also provide technical support during construction, the company said in a statement. No construction date was provided.

For the Royal Tech Yumen project, Abengoa will supply its E2 collector technology, as well as engineering development and technical support.

“This project will be developed for SRT (Shuangliang Royal Tech CSP Technology Co., Ltd), a company dedicated to investigating and promoting solar thermal concentration technologies,” Abengoa said.

The Royal Tech Yumen forms part of China’s CSP Commercial Demonstration Pilot Program which will see 20 CSP projects built for a total capacity of 1.35 GW.

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