The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System delivered its first kilowatts of power to Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) on Tuesday 24 of September 2013.
The world’s largest solar thermal plant, located in the Mojave Desert, sent energy from its Unit 1 station to PG&E, which provides power to parts of Northern California. When the plant is fully operational later this year, it will produce 377 megawatts. Two of the plant’s three units will supply energy to PG&E and the other will deliver power to Southern California Edison.
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