Holaniku at Keahole Point is a 2 MW micro-scaled Concentrated solar power plant in the Kona District (west coast) of the island of Hawai ‘ i . It is located in the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii at Keahole Point . 
Holaniku at Keahole Point is the first commercial solar thermal power plant built by solar collectors manufactured by Sopogy . The project was developed by Keahole Solar Power, LLC. Engineering, Procurement and Contracting ( EPC ) company. The plant contains over 1,000 Sopogy MicroCSP SopoNova parabolic trough solar collectors. The power plant uses the sun’s heat to create steam.  Most likely to be used for other experimental purposes, only 0.5MW maximum power can be used to generate electricity. Little, if any, electrical power leaves the site.
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