FCBI Energy

Saudi Arabia doubles its project pipeline capacity in Q3


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The third quarter of 2014 saw Saudi Arabia double its CSP project pipeline capacity with the request from the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) that a 50 MW CSP plant be included within the 1 GW Waad Al-Shamal shale gas project in Tarif. 

Currently the market boosts a 50 MW announced capacity with the Waad Al Shamal Power Plant and 50 MW project in development with Duba 1.  The latest project signals a positive development in a market which to-date has been characterized by a lot of promise but little tangible activity.

The September edition of theCSP Today Quarterly Updateconsiders:

  • Key project details
  •  Why both of Saudi Arabia’s CSP projects have opted for an Integrated Solar Combined Cycle (ISCC) and what this could mean for the markets future CSP landscape?
  • Who is spearheading the Saudi Arabian market?


What is the Quarterly Update?

Developed directly from primary data listed on the CSP Today Global Tracker, this data based analysis of the industry is the perfect tool to further understand global market developments. The goal of the update is to provide clients with a succinct, informative and detailed breakdown of the biggest events in the past quarter. To achieve this we compare major CSP markets, highlighting which areas have experienced the greatest change over the past quarter and what this means for the industry going forward.

The September 2014 edition of the CSP Today Quarterly Update delves into the latest developments since June 2014. Currently there are 30 CSP-active markets listed on the CSP Today Global Tracker. Of these, 10 markets experienced significant changes over the past quarter – all of which are discussed in this edition. The September edition of the CSP Today Quarterly Update consists of 45 pages of data rich analysis, including 32 tables and 17 figures. - See more at: http://goo.gl/z1j61w 

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