Enel starts up its Archimede plant in world first for CSP

Enel chief executive Fulvio Conti, top right, shakes hands with Russian official Boris Kovalchuk, as Italian Premier Silvio Berusconi applauds right, and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stands beside him after signing an agreement

Enel chief executive Fulvio Conti, top right, shakes hands with Russian official Boris Kovalchuk, as Italian Premier Silvio Berusconi applauds right, and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stands beside him after signing an agreement

Italian utility giant Enel has started up its Archimede concentrating solar power (CSP) plant in Priolo Gargallo, near Syracuse, Sicily.

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