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Who needs oil? World's largest solar power plant with 258,000 mirrors opens in Abu Dhabi ~ Why Don't You Try This?

Who needs oil? World's largest solar power plant with 258,000 mirrors opens in Abu Dhabi ~ Why Don't You Try This? | Sustainable ⊜ Smart Path | Scoop.it

You might think that as one of the world's top oil producing nations, the United Arab Emirates would have little use for solar energy. But that hasn't stopped the Middle East state from unveiling the largest concentrated solar power plant in operation anywhere in the world. 

The 100-megawatt solar-thermal project in Abu Dhabi will power thousands of homes in the country and, it is hoped, displace approximately 175,000 tons of CO2 per year.


Via Sepp Hasslberger, ABroaderView
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Can this not be done in other places also?

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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, March 21, 2013 4:19 AM

It took $ 600 million and 3 years to build this - not bad for a plant that doesn't need fuel, leaves no polluting exhaust and is extremely safe. Arabia could be exporting electricity instead of oil. Future business for desert countries?

Amber Qureshi's comment, April 1, 2013 2:35 PM
Very impressive!
Rosamaria's curator insight, April 11, 2013 11:01 PM

Porque también tien Sol

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Planet Growth and its Impacts

Planet Growth and its Impacts | Sustainable ⊜ Smart Path | Scoop.it

Masters of the Earth...Planet Growth and its Impacts. 

 

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Rethinking the New Zone Hardiness Map

Rethinking the New Zone Hardiness Map | Sustainable ⊜ Smart Path | Scoop.it
A researcher contends that it does not take full account of the extent of climate change over the last 30 years -- above all, warmer winters.

 

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