The solar plants in existence are such a sorry list! In Europe, Spain is by far tops with lots of plants, but a single one at 100 MW, all others 50 MW and less. All together less than 1000 MW. Contrary to Mr Bouvier there is nothing above a few MW in Eritrea and Senegal! If that. Now, all these numbers, compared to the 10,000 MW in use in Israel (and we are a small country!) represent a subject of absolutely no interest to me. We need ELECTRICITY, not UN's children's games (which cost a lot, occupy a lot of room, destroy the environment over large areas in a small country and deliver a pitance). On the other hand all my water is heated by solar energy, not electricity! A lot of Israelis have that.
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from the article: UN: As world leader in solar energy, Israel must cut fossil fuel use