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DESERTEC Foundation: Tunisian sun will light 700,000 European homes by 2016 2012.02.04

Hamburg, Germany - January 27, 2012 - Using thousands of mirrors to track the Tunisian sun to use its heat to generate electricity, the TuNur Concentrating Solar-thermal Power (CSP) plants will ultimately produce 2 Gigawatts of electricity, roughly double the average nuclear power plant.

The DESERTEC Concept describes the perspective of a sustainable supply of electricity for Europe (EU), the Middle East (ME) and North Africa (NA) up to the year 2050. It shows that a transition to competitive, secure and compatible supply is possible using renewable energy sources and efficiency gains, and fossil fuels as backup for balancing power.
Courtesy of DESERTEC Foundation
 

Hamburg, Germany – January 27, 2012

In the sands of North Africa, the DESERTEC Foundation’s vision for a future where the world's deserts supply clean and sustainable energy to the whole of humankind is beginning to take shape.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
In the sands of North Africa, the DESERTEC Foundation's vision for a future where the world's deserts supply clean and sustainable energy to the whole of humankind is beginning to take shape. That future begins in the Saharan deserts of Tunisia with a project called "TuNur".
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
That future begins in the Saharan deserts of Tunisia with a project called "TuNur".


YouTube video: www.youtube.com/desertecchannel  

Using thousands of mirrors to track the Tunisian sun to use its heat to generate electricity, the TuNur Concentrating Solar-thermal Power (CSP) plants will ultimately produce 2 Gigawatts of electricity, roughly double the average nuclear power plant.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
Project developer Nur Energie and its Tunisian partners, led by Top Oilfield Services, plan to construct the project in several phases
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
The first phase is expected to begin in 2014 and the first electricity exports are set to reach Europe by 2016 via a new low-loss transmission line to Italy.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
The project has been designed to reduce water requirements to a bare minimum by using a dry, air-based cooling system
.


The DESERTEC Foundation is endorsing TuNur and believes that it can serve as a blueprint for the development of further wind and solar projects in the Sahara.

The reasons for this are:

The project will focus on maximizing local value creation in Tunisia.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
It provides the country with the opportunity to begin building a new industrial sector, bringing investment, jobs, and thus economic development.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
Investment will mainly benefit the southern and interior parts of the country, which look set to become a priority area for development for the Tunisian government
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
The number of jobs created directly and indirectly over the project’s construction and operational period will come to around 20,000
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
As well as relying on local partners and management for project development and local engineering firms, the project will also create new manufacturing industries.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
For example, around 825,000 flat plate mirrors and steel structures known as heliostats will be needed for the 2 Gigawatt project and can be manufactured locally
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
TuNur demonstrates DESERTEC’s conviction that investing in renewables where those energy sources are most abundant is the most effective way of protecting the climate
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
In Tunisia, space is more abundant and the solar radiation is up to three times that of Central Europe
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
Plants built in such optimal locations produce more electricity and have the potential to replace more conventional, carbon-intensive forms of power
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
TuNur can provide predictable power production to electricity grids with fluctuating energy sources such as photovoltaic and wind power
.

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
Using heat storage tanks, TuNur can produce electricity on demand day and night, delivering enough clean electricity to power 700,000 European homes.


Fethi Somrani, CEO of the Tunisian partner Top Oilfield Services.
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
Fethi Somrani, CEO of the Tunisian partner Top Oilfield Services:


"This is a time of great change in Tunisia and across North Africa, and it couldn’t be more appropriate to actively, and responsibly, invest in long-term projects in this emerging democracy now. Industrial investment for job creation is the most effective way to alleviate poverty and to provide opportunities for Tunisia’s young population. DESERTEC can really support this vision, and with our TuNur project we are taking a first concrete step in this direction."

Nur Energie’s Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Sara.
Courtesy of Nur Energie
 
Nur Energie’s Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Sara:


"TuNur is going to be the blueprint for things to come. It is a pioneering project that other governments, companies and individuals can point to and say, “Solar energy export from North Africa to Europe is possible, it’s worthwhile and the DESERTEC vision is attainable”. We are used to transporting exhaustible fuels like oil and gas thousands of kilometers and then burning them close to our cities with all the associated pollution problems and other risks to humans and our environment. Now, with the TuNur project, we are turning away from these polluting fuels to transmit clean and inexhaustible energy from the heart of the desert to European homes whilst, at the same time, bringing jobs, economic development, and export revenue to Tunisia."

TuNur Ltd.’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Till Stenzel.
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
TuNur Ltd.’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Till Stenzel:


"We are looking forward to working closely with the Tunisian authorities, as well as European utilities and governments to meet our implementation timetable for the TuNur project. We welcome additional participation from any companies and governments interested in importing clean, solar power from Tunisia."

Director of the DESERTEC Foundation, Dr Thiemo Gropp
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 
Director of the DESERTEC Foundation, Dr Thiemo Gropp:


"The project has been evaluated by a team of independent experts and, based on their review of the development work so far, it meets our criteria for an official DESERTEC Project. TuNur will benefit Tunisia by creating jobs and spurring investments in local education to aid the long term management of the plants after 2016. We will keep a close eye on developments to ensure the socio-economic benefits for Tunisians are maximized and that TuNur embodies the principles of the DESERTEC Concept. With this important first step, we are showing the world’s governments, industries and consumers that what many thought to be science fiction is actually science fact. We hope that this is the first of many more such plants to be built in the desert regions of the world."

DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 


DESERTEC Foundation

The DESERTEC Foundation is a global civil society initiative aiming to shape a sustainable future.

 
 
It is a non-profit foundation that is working on the fast global implementation of the DESERTEC Concept, a comprehensive solution for a clean energy future that combats climate change, ensures a reliable energy supply, and promotes development and security.

With around 20 staff members and regional network coordinators, and a large global community of supporters, it is active around the world to inform the civil society sector and politicians about the benefits of DESERTEC, promote the establishment of the framework conditions necessary for a global transition to renewables, support knowledge transfer and scientific co-operation and foster exchange and co-operation with the private sector.

More information: www.DESERTEC.org  


NUR Energie

NUR Energie Ltd. is an independent solar project development company active in the Mediterranean region.
It is developing projects with both PV and CSP technology, with current focus of activities in France, Greece, Tunisia and Morocco.

 
 
NUR Energie is an Associated Partner of the industrial initiative Dii as well as the DESERTEC Foundation, promoting solar energy exports from North Africa to Europe
.

NUR Energie is also a founding shareholder of MedGrid (formerly Transgreen), an initiative launched in France to promote new electricity exchanges and trade around the Mediterranean.

More information: www.nurenergie.com  


TuNur

TuNur Ltd. is a joint-venture company between Nur Energie and a group of Tunisian investors led by Top Oilfield Services.
TuNur’s mission is to develop the first utility-scale solar export project between Tunisia and Europe.

 
 
The TuNur project
has already achieved significant milestones, including the identification of a site in Tunisia, long-term measurement of solar radiation at the site, identification of an economically and technically viable cable route between Tunisia and Italy, and, most recently, a 2000 MW grid connection offer from Terna S.p.A, the Italian grid operator, at an optimal landing point in central Italy.


Top Oilfield Services

Top Oilfield Services S.a.r.l is a Tunisian specialist oil- and gas-industry services company with over 20 years of experience in the North African market.

 
 
The company has, over the years, built a reputation of excellence in the fields of engineering, construction, logistics, and management services and has grown to become a key player and service provider for the energy industry in the region.
Its customers have included many international oil and gas multinationals, including British Gas (BG) and RWE Dea.


DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Foundation
 

For media enquiries, please contact:


Nur Energie Ltd.
Centre Point
103 New Oxford Street
London WC1A 1DD
United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 203 102 5357
F: +44 (0) 203 102 5351

DESERTEC Foundation
Office Hamburg
Ferdinandstr. 28-30
Hamburg 20095
michael.straub@desertec.org  


Source: DESERTEC Foundation

http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=e5fa28fc1ddf56118ef63a71c&id=d4c170593f&e=a409d849c8  


Video
DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project - Tunisian sun will light European homes by 2016


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqJPreSAFOM&feature  


DESERTEC Foundation: The TuNur Project in Tunisia
Courtesy of DESERTEC Channel / YouTube
 

ASTROMAN Magazine - 2009.09.28

The DESERTEC Concept for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa

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