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Palmdale Hybrid Power Plant

This page provides information on Palmade Hybrid Power Plant, a concentrating solar power (CSP) project, with data organized by background, participants, and power plant configuration. The Victorville 2 Hybrid power project uses the same proven solar technology used in the solar power plant owned by the Florida Power & Light just 15 miles north of the City of Victorville. This facility is known as “SEGS 01”, and is one of three separate sites within 40 miles of one another which make up a total of nine solar fields in the Solar Electric Generating System (SEGS). Together these three facilities can generate about 354 megawatts at peak output, comprising most of the commercial solar power currently produced worldwide.

Status Date: October 20, 2011
Project Overview
Project Name: Palmdale Hybrid Power Plant (PHPP)
Country: United States
Location: Victorville, California
Owner(s): City of Palmdale
Technology: Parabolic trough
Turbine Capacity: Gross: 50.0 MW
Status: Under development
Start Year: 2013

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Technology: Parabolic trough
Status: Under development
Country: United States
City: Victorville
State: California
Land Area: 377 acres
Contact(s): Tony Penno
Company: Inland Energy, Inc.
Key References: Web site
Web site
Break Ground: 2011
Start Production: 2013


Developer(s): Inland Energy, Inc.
Owner(s) (%): City of Palmdale

Plant Configuration

Solar Field

Power Block

Turbine Capacity (Gross): 50.0 MW
Output Type: Steam Rankine
Cooling Method: Wet cooling