The world’s biggest solar plant will provide enough power to meet the equivalent demand of 90,000 people.
The non-state financed Noor Abu Dhabi project is the largest operational single site solar project in the world, so far – a title that is bound to be usurped over the next few years.
It cost $870 million will deliver electricity to Emirates Water and Electricity Company (EWEC) at 2.4 cents per kWh, a record at the time of the auction and for any completed solar project.
The plant will offset the emirate’s C02 emissions by 1 million metric tons, effectively taking 200,000 cars off the roads. With 3.2 million solar panels installed across an 8 square kilometer site, Noor Abu Dhabi is the world’s single largest solar project.
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