TRENDING China's 'super mirror power plant' runs at full capacity


China's 'super mirror power plant' runs at full capacity


10:32, September 14, 2019

12,000 mirrors! A "super mirror power plant" in Dunhuang, China runs at full capacity this summer.

Nearly 20 hours of operating records on first day show the systems at the power plant have been normal and stable. The facility also set a new record by generating over 1.8 million kilowatt-hours of power day and night, with all indicators suggesting it has reached or exceeded its designed values. This marks another important step after the plant created 1.67 million kWh of power over 34 hours of continuous operations in mid-April.

(Video source: Xinhua)

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