28 Oct '11, 10pm

GE unit invests with KGAL in 50-Mw Spanish concentrated solar power plant featuring molten salt energy storage

GE unit invests with KGAL in 50-MW Spanish concentrated solar power plant featuring molten salt energy storage 28 October 2011 GE Energy Financial Services and German fund KGAL are jointly investing €111.1 million in a 50-megawatt parabolic trough concentrated solar power plant using molten salt energy storage in Torre de Miguel Sesmero, Badajoz, Spain. The GE unit and KGAL agreed to invest structured equity in Extresol II, developed by Spain-based ACS, Europe’s largest developer, builder and operator of solar thermal power plants. Additional financial details were not disclosed. ACS has built more than €2 billion worth of concentrated solar power facilities with molten salt storage in Spain. An ACS subsidiary, Cobra, finished construction of Extresol II in Dec. 2010 and provides operations and maintenance services to the plant. This investment is GE Energy Financial Servi...

Full article: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2011/10/ge-unit-invests-w...

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