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Abengoa Lessons Learnt from Construction and Operation Experience and CSP's Future Value

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Report Name : Abengoa Lessons Learnt from Construction and Operation Experience and CSP's Future Value

Reporter/Writer : Dr. Michael Geyer

Year : 2017.9.14

Venue : Dubai,UAE

Conference : CSP Focus MENA 2017

Outline

• The new Abengoa - World leader in Solar Power
   - Restructuring Agreement
   - Main Magnitudes
  
- Abengoa’sSTE Achievements
  
- Abengoa’sTower Achievements


• Why CSP? Thermal Storage versus Batteries
  
- CSP in MENA
  
- CSP and PV


• Abengoa CSP Recent Experience- Construction and Operation

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