9 The Solar Furnace Of Uzbekistan

The Solar Furnace Of Uzbekistan

They are not shooting a scene for a fantastic movie here. The magnificent construction you see is a solar surface located in Uzbekistan.

There are only two such furnaces in the world till now. One of them is situated in France.

A solar furnace is a complex optical and mechanical construction supplied with automatically controlled systems.


9 Responses to “The Solar Furnace Of Uzbekistan”

  1. Dickey Splurge says:

    This technology has advanced to much greater efficiency recently. Near Gila Bend Arizona one is being built now that super heats a form of salt, allowing electrical generation to continue even after the sun sets. We need more of these facilities, as Arizona has sunshine almost every day and the desert has little use for anything else.

  2. Osip says:

    The French machine is much older, but appears to be in a much better state.

  3. Anonymous Coward says:


  4. Michele La Grone Lynch Poulter says:

    I love this!

  5. George Johnson says:

    You said it was the largest in the world, then you went on to say how the one in France was a little bit larger. Howzat?

    Too bad we build some of these so they can actually supply some power, instead of just experimenting with them.

  6. Nemesis says:

    Your site is fascinating and I find the old photo’s and stories from the Soviet era most interesting. Your english is very good.

  7. (r)evolutionist says:

    Should use it to cook corporate fascists, vulture capitalists (repetitive phrase), the current government of Uzbekistan, and N. Caucasus terrorists. Of course, “by will of the Communist party.”

  8. Justin says:

    You can guess what its prime use in Uzbekistan is.

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