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Japanese firm plans solar power station in Morocco

RABAT, November 15, 2016

Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (MASEN) has partnered with a Japanese firm to install a new Concentration Photovoltaic (CPV) power station with 1MW capacity at Noor Power Station in Ouarzazate, a report said.

The Concentration Photovoltaic panels use a new technology that improves the efficiency of energy production and converts 30 per cent of solar energy into electricity, compared with existing technology that converts only 10 to 15 per cent, reported Morocco World News.

The two companies further plan to set up a larger station with a capacity of 20MW and a base for manufacturing Moroccan-made Concentration Photovoltaic panels, the report said.
 




Tags: Noor | Japan | solar power | photovoltaic |

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