By Robin Sayles

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Site activities are underway for the Duba 1 Integrated Solar Combined Cycle (ISCC) station which will host the largest integrated CSP capacity in the Arabian Gulf region.

The 605 MW power plant will include a 43 MW parabolic trough array, around double the largest solar capacity on an ISCC in the Middle East and North Africa to date.

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Algeria’s Hassi-R’mel plant integrates a 25 MW solar field while Egypt’s Kuraymat ISCC plant and Morocco’s Ain-Beni-Mathar station each comprise 20 MW CSP units.

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The Ain Beni Mathar ISCC plant in Morocco. (Image credit: Abengoa Solar)

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