Large scale solar power

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[[Image:Brumby Bligh solar.jpg|thumb|right|Queensland Premier Anna Bligh and Victorian Premier John Brumby tour Nevada Solar One's facility]] [[Image:Brumby Bligh solar.jpg|thumb|right|Queensland Premier Anna Bligh and Victorian Premier John Brumby tour Nevada Solar One's facility]]
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Large scale solar power produces large quantities of energy from commercial scale facilities using technologies such as: Large scale solar power produces large quantities of energy from commercial scale facilities using technologies such as:

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Parabolic troughs in concentrating solar power plant
Parabolic troughs in concentrating solar power plant
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh and Victorian Premier John Brumby tour Nevada Solar One's facility
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh and Victorian Premier John Brumby tour Nevada Solar One's facility
Large scale parabolic reflectors
Large scale parabolic reflectors
Large scale solar retrofit trial for coal power station
Large scale solar retrofit trial for coal power station

Large scale solar power produces large quantities of energy from commercial scale facilities using technologies such as:

  • photovoltaic (PV) module arrays
  • solar thermal energy plants which use solar energy to make steam which is then used to generate electricity


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