Datos del Proyecto
Localización: Casablanca | Spain
Área de Negocio: Integrated Projects (Environment)
Descripción del Proyecto
These solar thermal power plants produce a total of 410 MW of power and use both parabolic trough technologies (Extresol, Vallesol and Casablanca in Spain) and central tower receiver technologies at Crescent Dunes Energy in Tonopah (Nevada, USA).
The water installations in solar thermal power plants consist of the collection and treatment of raw water to provide process water for the cooling towers (pre-treated water), demineralized water for the steam cycle and drinking water for the consumption of the plant personnel.
The processes used are very diverse depending on the quality of the raw water, ranging from lamellar decantation, sand filtration, ultrafiltration, electrodeionization, reverse osmosis, ion exchange resins, etc.
Treatment flows are extremely variable, reaching 1,728 m3/day of demineralized water and 21,120 m3/day of service water at the Extresol plant.