Friday, March 28, 2014

Mexico's Largest Solar Farm Will Produce 64% of La Paz's Electricity

Aura La Paz Solar Farm

Aura Solar will begin delivering solar generated electricity to the La Paz power grid by the end of August. The 100 hectare 250 acre site will provide 30 megawatts of electricity or about 64% of the La Paz requirements. The facility, managed by Aura Solar is being constructed by the Portuguese company, Martifer Solar which began construction in January of 2013. The extensive facility is located to the east-southeast of the La Paz International Airport with business development being managed by Gauss EnergĂ­a, a Mexican company. The plant is estimated to cost $100 million US dollars.  

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Sanyo Electric Solar Ark Science Museum in Anpachi, Japan

Will The Solar City Tower for Rio Olympic Games 2016 Actually Get Built?

The Rio Solar City Tower for Rio Olympic Games 2016 That Never Got Built
The planned location is off Cotonduba Island.  This project is still in the proposal stage, and it is currently uncertain whether or not the project will get the green light.  The project will incorporate both solar power and pumped hydro technology. 

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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