Asia’s First Solar-Thermal Power Plant to Open in China

Asia’s First Solar-Thermal Power Plant to Open in China
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Sean Leow
  • 16 april 2009

Next month, construction on the first large scale, solar-thermal power plant in Asia will begin near the Great Wall in China.  The Chinese-designed, 1.5MW ‘Dahan’ plant is projected to power 30,000 households by 2010 and “will serve as a platform for experiments on different solar-power technologies.”

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