Grasys supplies nitrogen station for world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco

16 March 2016

The research and production company Grasys has manufactured and supplied a containerized adsorption station for the world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco.

The adsorption station employing pressure swing adsorption technology is designed to produce 520 cubic meters of 99.8% nitrogen per hour. The nitrogen is planned to be used to meet the process requirements of the power plant.

Grasys supplies nitrogen station for world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco Grasys supplies nitrogen station for world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco Grasys supplies nitrogen station for world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco

It is remarkable that on February 4 Morocco saw the ceremony of opening and commissioning the world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 (from Arabic “nur” means “light”). The Nur 1 plant is reported to be built with the use of the most advanced technologies.

The 160MW power plant is located near Uarzazat in the south-east of the country. By 2020, Morocco plans to produce up to 42 % of its energy using renewable sources — sun, wind and water. By 2030, the kingdom anticipates that renewable energy production will reach 52 %.

Grasys supplies nitrogen station for world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco Grasys supplies nitrogen station for world's largest solar power plant Nur 1 in Morocco
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