Morocco’s 150 MW Noor III solar power plant shut down continues
Morocco is struggling to repair the damage that hit the power station during a tense electricity crisis.
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▪ Morocco’s 150 MW Noor III solar power plant shut down continues
▪ Morocco is struggling to repair the damage that hit the power station during a tense electricity crisis.
Currently at a standstill due to a breakdown, the operation of Noor III will only resume in December, according to information obtained by Africa Business+. Together with two other units, this 150 MW unit constitutes Noor Ouarzazate, the world’s largest concentrated solar power (CSP) station with a combined capacity of 510 MW.
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