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150MW NOORo III Parabolic Trough CSP Project

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   2019-4-8


Project Schedule


 ● October, 2018, Project completed 

 ● September, 2018, Operation in full load

 ● June, 2018, Commissioning started

 ● March, 2018, Receiver installation completed

 ● November 27th, 2017, Auxiliary power receiving successed

 ● August, 2017, Steam Turbine installation completed

 ● May 29th, 2017, Generator installed

 ● May 18th-22th, 2017, SGS installation completed

 ● April 25th, 2017, Deaerator installed

 ● April, 2017, Main transformer installed

 ● March, 2017, DCS power receiving successed

 ● October 13th, 2016, Tower concreting completed

 ● May, 2015, Financial closed

 ● May 8th, 2015, SEPCO3 signed EPC contract with ACWA Power

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Project Overview


Located in Ouarzazate Morocco, NOOR Ouarzazate (NOORo) is one of the biggest solar energy complex in the world. Consisting of four phases, NOORo project is part of Moroccan Renewable Energy Plan, which aims to 42% of RE installed capacity in national energy mix in 2020, and 52% in 2030 in Morocco. The NOORo I, II and III are CSP projects, with total capacity of 510MW, and the fourth NOORo IV is a 72MW PV project.


Basic Information

Location

Ouarzazate,  Morocco 30°3'36"N 6°52'12"W

DNI

2635  kWh/m²

Installed Capacity

150MW

Technology

Molten  Salt Tower

Storage

7.5h

Owner &  Investor

MASEN, ACWA  Power

Developer

ACWA  Power Ouarzazate

EPC

SENER, SEPCO3

Tower Designer

CPECC-NWEPDI

Status

Operational

COD

2018

Annual Electricity  Generation

Expected  515GWh

PPA/Tariff Period

25  years

PPA/Tariff Rate

~US$15  cents per kWh

Heliostat NO.

7400

Heliostat size

178 ㎡

Reflecting area

1321197㎡

Inlet Temperature

290ºC

Outlet Temperature

565ºC

Thermal Storage  Capacity

2770MWt

Tank Dimension

Height  14m; Diameter 41.3m

Tower Height

248m

Cooling Method

Dry  Cooling

Land Size

600/750  hectare

                                          

Project Participants

                                                                                                                 

Component/Service

Supplier

Salt Melting

Herlogas

Heliostat Structure

MADE  (Invertaresa), Delta Holding

Molten Salt Pump

Flowserve

Transducer

Ingeteam

Deaerator; HP Heater; LP Heater;  Pressure Tank

Shandong Jirong  Thermal

DCS

Schneider

Air Cooling

GEA

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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