The Termesol 50 (Valle 2) CSP Power Plant – Thermal Energy Storage System is a 49,900kW energy storage project located in Cadiz, San Jose del Valle, Spain.
The thermal energy storage project uses molten salt as its storage technology. The project was commissioned in 2011.
The Termesol 50 (Valle 2) CSP Power Plant – Thermal Energy Storage System was developed by Torresol Energy Investments. The project is owned by Torresol Energy Investments (100%).
The key applications of the project are renewable capacity firming and renewable energy time shift.
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SENER Grupo de Ingenieria and Torresol Energy Investments have delivered the project.
About Torresol Energy Investments
Torresol Energy Investments SA (Torresol Energy) a subsidiary of SENER Grupo de Ingenieria SA, is a solar energy service provider that offers promotion, investment, maintenance and operation of solar energy projects. The company’s services include development, operation and maintenance of solar plants, cutting-edge technological solutions, central tower, salt receiver and heliostat technology and cylindrical-parabolic collector technology services. It also provides plants operations and management services and solar power plants construction and maintenance services. The company operates in Seville, Vizcaya, Cadiz, Madrid and others. Torresol Energy is headquartered in Getxo, Spain.
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