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Abengoa CSP Technology Experience in China Market

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Report Name : Abengoa CSP Technology Experience in China Market

Reporter/Writer : Manuel Pozo

Year : 22nd March, 2018

Venue : Beijing

Conference : CSP Focus China 2018

Outline

1. Introduction: Abengoa at a glance

2. STE Abengoa References: Main Achievements

3. CSP LCOE Evolution: STE LCOE Evolution main relevant countries

4. EPC cost in a STE power plant

  4.1 Tower technology

  4.2 Parabolic trough technology

5. Specific cases and scheme for Abengoa in China

  5.1 Haixi Luneng Molten Salts Tower Technology 50 MWe, Qinghai

  5.2 Yumen East Town Parabolic Trough Technology 50 MWe, Gansu

  5.3 Main Technology scope in Abengoa Chinese Projects

  5.4 Abengoa’s Technology based on own solar test platform

6. Conclusions

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