Thursday, December 22, 2016
Posted by: Administration
Solar Power Plant Risks Shutdown
Knowledge share: article from Gineers Now magazine, June 2016 issue.
A $2.2 billion solar power project in California, the largest in the world, is recently on shaky ground for being unable to meet its expected power output to deliver to Pacific Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison. This has put Ivanpah power plant in a position at risk for a shutdown if they don’t redeem themselves in the one-year allowance given to them.