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Solar Power Plant Pre-Feasibility Study

Solar Power Plant Pre-Feasibility Study

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2 September 2008
ActewAGL and ACT Government
2158583A-RPT001-Qbhpc f
Solar Power PlantPre-feasibility Study
Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia Pty Limited ABN 80 078 004 798
Level 4, Northbank Plaza 69 Ann Street Brisbane QLD 4000 GPO Box 2907 Brisbane QLD 4001Australia Telephone +61 7 3854 6200 Facsimile +61 7 3854 6500 Email brisbane@pb.com.au 
NCSI Certified Quality System ISO 9001
 
Solar Power PlantPre-feasibility study
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Contents
Page NumberGlossary................................................................................................................................................ivExecutive summary..............................................................................................................................vi1.Introduction....................................................................................................................................1
1.1Background11.2Solar energy use for electric power generation11.3Approach to this study2
2.Key study assumptions.................................................................................................................3
2.1General32.2Project size32.3Project location32.4Assumptions and financial modelling4
3.Solar generation technology options...........................................................................................5
3.1General53.2Solar photovoltaic (PV) options5
3.2.1Fixed flat panel PV3.2.2Tracking flat panel PV3.2.3Concentrating photovoltaic (CPV)3.2.4Comparison of PV options
3.3Solar thermal options6
3.3.1Lower temperature solar thermal systems3.3.2Concentrating solar thermal (CST) power systems3.3.3Comparison of solar thermal options1
3.4Energy storage, auxiliary fuel and the performance of solar generation11
3.4.1Role of energy storage113.4.2Heat storage for solar thermal113.4.3Plant performance11
4.Solar energy resource..................................................................................................................13
4.1Nature and use of solar radiation134.2Solar resource in Canberra144.3Solar resource at other locations154.4Reliability and measurement of solar radiation16
5.Solar generation plant at Canberra.............................................................................................17
5.1Selection of appropriate technology175.2Overview of the ACT solar plant185.3Operation of the ACT solar plant205.4Energy storage and auxiliary fuel215.5Cogeneration and the additional energy225.6Cost23
5.6.1Capital cost25.6.2Operating and maintenance cost2
5.7Development schedule245.8Staged development option255.9Size of the solar plant265.10Future expansion of the solar plant265.11Land required265.12Potential suppliers of ACT CST plant275.13Distributed generation compared with the solar plant275.14Technologies already proposed for the ACT solar plant27
6.Location for the ACT solar plant.................................................................................................28
6.1Selection criteria28

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