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۱The Essentials of Feasibility Study for a 100 MWe Solar Thermal Power Plant in Iran
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اطلاعات انتشار: سیزدهمین کنفرانس بین المللی برق، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۹
Within geographical boundaries of the Islamic Republic of Iran, there is a large number of potential sites with solar insolation levels above 1800 kWh\m2.yr, in fact a basic need for very existence of any Solar Thermal Power Plant (STPP), comparable to the best solar sites anywhere in the world. Although vast volumes of natural gas as well as crude oil lies beneath the territory, Iran recognizes i I's responsibility towards the global efforts to preserve the earth's environment by switching into clean energy sources. such as solar.
The evaluation of various key factors encountered in site selection for the first STPP in Iran has led to recognition of Yazd with high priority among the potential regions. Technological advances governed in the field of large scale STPPs specifically Parabolic Trough Electricity Generators known as SEGS ensures dependable mid to base load power production with the benefits of reduces unwanted gas emissions as well as conservation of precious national oil & gas resources.
Although the SEGS technology is commercially available in different solar field arrangements or operating modes,but it requires higher specific investment cost in comparison to conventional fossil fired steam, gas or combined cycle power plants. This drawback is expected to fade upto
50% of the total investment cost simply by utilization of domestic design & engineering abilities, material and equipment . Results of the feasibility study is a major step towards introduction of solar thermal electricity into the national grid as well as attraction of world bank funds and the other international grants.<\div>

۲Study Results for Construction of Integrated Solar Combined Cycle System in Iran
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اطلاعات انتشار: شانزدهمین کنفرانس بین المللی برق، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۳
In 1997 the Iranian Power Development Organization (IPDO), contracted the Electric Power Research Institute (now named NIROO Research Institute (N.R.I)), Pilkington Solar International (now named FLABEG Solar International) and Fichtner (now Fichtner Solar) to execute a comprehensive Feasibility Study. N.R.I was responsible for the site selection, analysis of implementation strategy in Iranian electricity sector context, and analysis of local manufacturing capabilities, FLABEG Solar for the solar field lay–out and design, economic and financial analysis and structuring of project financing. Fichtner Solar took responsibility for the optimization of the combined cycle retrofit and optimal integration
of the solar field technology into this cycle. The specific aim of this feasibility study was to evaluate which solar thermal configuration is best suited to enlarge and improve the existing power plant complex, both technically as well as economical.<\div>
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