By Seyed Mohammad Mehdi Mohaghegh Ahmadabadi, on 30 November 2015
Throughout COP21 our staff and students will be blogging on climate change and sustainability.
Next month, the largest concentrated solar power plant (CSP) in the world will launch its first phase at the Moroccan city of Ouarzazate on the edge of the Sahara desert. The project consists of four plants and could generate 580 MW of electricity. This possibly will be enough to supply electricity to more than a million homes in Morocco. The first phase of the project, called Noor1, has the generating capacity of 160MW. (more…)