FAIL: Ivanpah solar power plant not producing enough electricity, may be forced to close

The “green” nightmare continue to fail, every single one of the airheads hoaxes have, or are about to fail!

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ivanpah solar power plant

From the road to green hell is paved with good intentions (and dead birds) department and MarketWatch comes this unsurprising news:


A federally backed, $2.2 billion solar project in the California desert isn’t producing the electricity it is contractually required to deliver to PG&E Corp., which says the solar plant may be forced to shut down if it doesn’t receive a break Thursday from state regulators.

The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, owned by BrightSource Energy Inc., NRG Energy Inc. NRG, +0.79%   and Alphabet Inc.’s GOOG, +0.02%GOOGL, +0.15% Google, uses more than 170,000 mirrors mounted to the ground to reflect sunlight to 450-foot-high towers topped by boilers that heat up to create steam, which in turn is used to generate electricity.

But the unconventional solar-thermal project, financed with $1.5 billion in federal loans, has riled environmentalists by killing thousands of birds, many of which are burned to death — and has so far…

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4 thoughts on “FAIL: Ivanpah solar power plant not producing enough electricity, may be forced to close

  1. Splendid.

    Too late for these, unfortunately.

    And how about this?

    Spain’s Renewable Energy Powerhouse Abengoa Teeters Toward Bankruptcy

    Spain’s largest renewable energy company could soon become Spain’s largest bankruptcy.

    Abengoa, an erstwhile star of the solar energy industry based in Seville, Spain, initiated insolvency proceedings in Spain last week after the renewable energy company failed to close a deal with a major new investor.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/williampentland/2015/11/30/spains-renewable-energy-powerhouse-teeters-toward-bankruptcy/#4d05c351238a

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