Stillwater GeoSolar Hybrid Plant

Stillwater Solar Geothermal Hybrid Project in Fallon, Nevada is a first of its kind renewable energy power plant. Stillwater integrates 33 MW of geothermal power with 26.4 MW of solar photovoltaic and 2 MW of solar thermal capacity
Status Date

Background

Technology
Parabolic Trough
Status
Operational
Location

Fallon, NV
United States

Lat/Long Location
39°
32'
53.00"
North
118°
33'
20.00"
West
Land Area
21 acres
Electricity Generation
3,000 MWh/yr Estimated
Break Ground Date
Start Production Date
PPA/Tariff Period
20 years

Participants

Developer(s)
Enel Green Power
EPC Contractor
SkyFuel
Operator(s)
Enel Green Power
Generation Offtaker(s)
NV Energy

Plant Configuration

Solar Field

SCA Aperture Area
656 m²
SCA Length
115 m
# of Modules per SCA
8
SCA Manufacturer (Model)
SkyFuel (SkyTrough®)
Mirror Manufacturer (Model)
SkyFuel (ReflecTech®)
Heat Transfer Fluid Company
Demineralised water

Power Block

Turbine Capacity (Gross)
2 MW
Turbine Capacity (Net)
2 MW
Turbine Description
Thermal
Output Type
Organic Rankine

Thermal Storage

Storage Type
None

Project Overview

Project Name: Stillwater GeoSolar Hybrid Plant
Location: United States
(NV)
Location: Fallon (NV)
Owner(s): Enel Green Power
Technology: Parabolic Trough
Turbine Capacity (Net):
2 MW
Turbine Capacity (Gross):
2 MW
Status: Operational
Start Year: 2015

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