Qatar announces the establishment of two solar power stations with cleaning robots

Qatar announces the establishment of two solar power stations with cleaning robots On Tuesday, the Qatari Minister of Energy announced a project to establish two solar energy stations in which cleaning robots will handle the work. The minister said that the project is a "major step" towards Qatar's efforts towards increasing "reliance on highly efficient renewable energy."  Qatar, one of the largest producers of liquefied gas in the world, announced on Tuesday a project to establish two solar power stations, in which cleaning robots will take over, to start producing electricity at the end of 2024.  Energy Minister Saad Sherida al-Kaabi said the project is a "major step" towards Qatar's efforts towards increasing "reliance on highly efficient renewable energy".  The two plants will be built in the Mesaieed Industrial City and Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar Energy announced on Tuesday.  According to the company, the two plants will contribute to increasing the renewable energy generation capacity in the Gulf state to 1.67 gigawatts by 2024.  The South Korean company Samsung will implement the project with an investment of 2.3 billion Qatari riyals (600 million dollars).  The project, according to its organizers, will use “high-efficiency bi-facial panels installed on single-axis trackers, in addition to cleaning robots, which will work daily in order to reduce generation losses due to pollution, by removing dust from photovoltaic units” to increase energy productivity. additional.  Last month, Qatar connected the "Al-Kharsaa" solar power plant, which has a production capacity of 800 megawatts, to its national grid, according to informed sources.  In which cleaning robots daily remove desert sand and dust from photovoltaic units, and Qatar Energy confirmed that the same system will be used in the two new stations.

On Tuesday, the Qatari Minister of Energy announced a project to establish two solar energy stations in which cleaning robots will handle the work. The minister said that the project is a "major step" towards Qatar's efforts towards increasing "reliance on highly efficient renewable energy."

Qatar, one of the largest producers of liquefied gas in the world, announced on Tuesday a project to establish two solar power stations, in which cleaning robots will take over, to start producing electricity at the end of 2024.

Energy Minister Saad Sherida al-Kaabi said the project is a "major step" towards Qatar's efforts towards increasing "reliance on highly efficient renewable energy".

The two plants will be built in the Mesaieed Industrial City and Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar Energy announced on Tuesday.

According to the company, the two plants will contribute to increasing the renewable energy generation capacity in the Gulf state to 1.67 gigawatts by 2024.

The South Korean company Samsung will implement the project with an investment of 2.3 billion Qatari riyals (600 million dollars).

The project, according to its organizers, will use “high-efficiency bi-facial panels installed on single-axis trackers, in addition to cleaning robots, which will work daily in order to reduce generation losses due to pollution, by removing dust from photovoltaic units” to increase energy productivity. additional.

Last month, Qatar connected the "Al-Kharsaa" solar power plant, which has a production capacity of 800 megawatts, to its national grid, according to informed sources.

In which cleaning robots daily remove desert sand and dust from photovoltaic units, and Qatar Energy confirmed that the same system will be used in the two new stations.
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