“El País” – Morocco inaugurates a Solar Megaplant constructed by Spanish firms


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MAC Thermal & Process Industries, S.A. has participated in the construction of the Solar Thermal power plant in Ouarzazate, Morocco with the design, manufacturing and supply of 6 Oil to Salt Heat Exchangers. 

MAC CSP Solutions deliver for our customers:

- Operational cost reductions with lower self-consumption

- More flexible operation and faster (almost immediate) start-ups

- Reduced site construction and installation schedule

- Proven track record of problem free operation and out-performing other solutions

- Scalability for larger projects … read more

MAC has been awarded of several Thermosolar projects in Morocco, Southafrica and Europe


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MAC Thermal & Process Industries SA, formerly called Talleres MAC, S.A. has been awarded several contracts for Solar Thermal Power Plants to be built in Morocco, South Africa and Europe respectively. The profound transformation that has been under the company over the past six years, has made MAC has become one of the leading companies in the field of Solar Energy, bringing to market innovative Solutions and high performance to our customers, mainly with regard to Heat Transfer. In … read more

Diario de Burgos “The giants of the route” (13 Oct 2014)

Articulo Los gigantes de la ruta (13 oct 2014)


Articulo Los gigantes de la ruta (13 oct 2014)

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Con las primeras luces del día, el arranque de la A-73 en las cercanías de Villatoro es un hervidero de chalecos reflectantes. La presencia de la Guardia Civil pone en alerta a los conductores, pero no es un accidente ni nada parecido lo que provoca semejante jaleo matutino. Es el paso de un transporte especial, un enorme acumulador para una central termosolar, que proviene de la factoría MAC-TPI de Miranda de Ebro y se dirige al puerto … read more

Export – Diario de Burgos (1 November 2013)



MAC Thermal & Process Industries, a company specialized in the design and manufacture of equipment for the chemical, petrochemical and energy industry sectors. Currently estimate that up to 70 % of production is going out of Spain, and that’s the result of a search for alternatives to the domestic market that began in 2004.

“It’s a very complex , difficult and expensive process, since countries that demand our products require local presence, and in many cases local manufacturing. But this … read more