Austria-Made World's Largest Solar Power Plant Starts Operation in Saudi Arabia

The world's largest solar power plant, designed and manufactured by Austrian companies, began operation in the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh recently after six months of trial operation, Austrian Press Agency (APA) reported on Tuesday.

The solar power generator in Riyadh was designed and built by the research institute AEE INTEC and manufacturing company GREENoneTEC, which was sold to Saudi Arabia at a price of 3.6 million euros (about 4.72 million U.S. dollars).

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600450 Austria-Made World's Largest Solar Power Plant Starts Operation in Saudi Arabia
Date: 16 April 2012

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