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    Solúcar PS10 es una planta solar termoeléctrica por tecnología de torre, la primera en el mundo explotada comercialmente. Solucar PS10 is the first solar thermal power plant based on tower in the world that generate electricity in a commercial way.

    Ange Halle, cuvi1976, sclopit, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ange Halle 107 months ago | reply

      This technology has been my absolute favourite "alternative solution".
      The idea seems simple enough. It works. Is highly efficient. I just don't get it, why there aren't more of these "sun tower parks" around in the sunny places of the world. Fascinating ! Favourite! Just wow ! / Adonde es exactamente en España ? /

    2. afloresm 107 months ago | reply

      Está en Sanlúcar la Mayor. I´ve put the picture in the map. In the same place, it has been constructed Solúcar PS20, with 20MW.

    3. Ange Halle 107 months ago | reply

      Gracias por la informacion ! Ange

    4. leema2 104 months ago | reply

      WOW!, its a remarkable step in commercialising renewable energy. I am an Indian, in a country like ours solar power plants like these would not only cut our power cost but also can provide direct and indirect employment to many people.

    5. Iñigo Sierra 100 months ago | reply

      Bonita foto, es una pasada como se ve la luz...
      Ademas, por lo que veo, es famosa por internet la foto esta...

    6. afloresm 100 months ago | reply

      Gracias Iñigo, pues ha tenido éxito, sale hasta en la wikipedia

    7. Jacinta Cleary 96 months ago | reply

      Hola, Sorry, my Spanish isn't that great. Do you have this photo in a high resolution? I would like to use it in ReNew: technology for a sustainable future magazine. It's an Australian magazine all about renewable technology. Can you please email me as soon as you can and let me know if it's available for use. I look forward to hearing from you. I'm interested in your other solar thermal photo too.
      Best wishes
      Jacinta Cleary, ReNew magazine

    8. ateliernunesepa 94 months ago | reply

      We are a graphic design firm and we want to contact you directly to know if we can use this photo.
      Please contact me: - Teresa Nascimento

    9. LunarVirage 88 months ago | reply

      Wonderful picture. It strikes awe in me.

    10. eddygonsalves 87 months ago | reply

      Amazing. I will travel there in the summer. When is the best time to see the light and what is the full address os I can travel on my bici from Seville

    11. afloresm 87 months ago | reply

      Hi Eddy, the solar plant is to 22 km aprox from Seville, near a litle town called "Los Ranchos de Guadiamar"

    12. Project Sustainability 86 months ago | reply

      Hola, soy el administrador de un grupo llamado Project Sustainability y nos encantaría agregar esto al grupo.

    13. Ross Tucknott 84 months ago | reply

      Cool shot - hopefully a sight which will be much more commonplace in the future... :)

      I've used the photo in a blog post about Google's solar thermal power plans at my company's blog at Energy Saving News.

      Keep up with the great photos!

    14. Landahlauts 83 months ago | reply

      Me gusta la foto.
      ¿Has hecho alguna a la PS20?

    15. Rami ™ 81 months ago | reply

      Amazing, I would love to go there, I'm interested in the technology

    16. spindoctorjimbo 72 months ago | reply

      muchas gracias por la foto! La utilizé en el siguiente blog:
      thanks much for the photo! I used it in this blog:

    17. carriej0rdan 72 months ago | reply

      Hola, trabajo en el departamento de comunicacion en Rocky Mountain Institute en Colorado (USA). Creo que queremos usar este foto por un video sobre energia solar. Por favor, contactame:

    18. schoe44 57 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this impressive picture under a CC licence. It appears on IT-online with a link to your site - of course.

    19. stop that man! 22 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the excellent photo, just used with an article on The Ecologist:

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