Sep 21, 2016

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) is eyeing a globally-competitive tariff of around $80/MWh for its first-ever CSP project, due to high investor confidence in local banking markets and global pricing pressure from growing project pipelines, experts told CSP...

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China to install 1.4 GW CSP capacity by 2018; South Africa backs Redstone PPA

Solar thermal news you need to know.

SolarReserve eyes Chile CSP wins as surplus PV disrupts markets

The U.S.-based developer plans to repeat its bid for two CSP projects in Chile's upcoming tender as the energy storage capability of the plants...

CSP competition heats up as Fresnel design taps higher temperatures

Frenell's latest CSP plant design incorporates a higher-temperature molten salt system to provide overnight storage and a lower cost of energy...

Wilson Solarpower targets $50/MWh; Abengoa signs deal with creditors

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CSP developers seek cost savings to protect overnight storage advantage

Developers are focusing on performance improvements, standardization and supply chain savings from large-scale deployments to fend off competition...

Developers forge China supply chain links in quest for competitive edge

Increasing confidence in China’s Feed in Tariff plans has supported a wave of new project proposals from international firms looking to optimize...

CSP cost forecasts undervalue benefit to future grid balancing

CSP generation costs could drop to $77/MWh by 2025 but storage and hybrid solar plants can provide further value by following load, Jose Alfonso...

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