- CSP in SE Asia: packing potential, lacking conviction
There are enough sites in SE Asia to make CSP viable, but investors have been looking the other way...Until now.02/09/2011
- Spain's CSP: Powering toward conventional power price parity?
CSP Today talks to Dr Luis Crespo, secretary general of Spanish solar industry association, Protermosolar, about Spain's potential to be powered by CSP, and the trajectory of its feed-in tariff.02/09/2011
- Weekly Intelligence Brief: August 29 – September 5
Genesis Solar secures DOE loan guarantee for GSEP projectThis week’s CSP Today news brief includes the following companies and organisations: The U.S. Department of Energy, NextEra Energy Resources, Genesis Solar; The International Energy Agency, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, World Meteorological Organization; Solar Millennium, Solar Millennium Invest, Bayerisches Finanz Zentrum; Abengoa; The US Department of Energy, NREL, Halotechnics, Solaflect Energy; Alstom, Cobra Thermosolar Plants, NV Energy, Nevada Power Company, Sierra Pacific Power Company.05/09/2011
- Emerging markets: Solar tech jostles for SE Asia market share
Thailand may be close on India's heels as the next destination for SE Asian CSP deployment.09/09/2011
- Utility-scale CSP: consolidation to gather pace
The CSP sector has attracted interest from multi-nationals such as Areva, Siemens and GE, and further big deals are pending.09/09/2011
- Wilson Solarpower: Low-cost central receiver tower project fast-tracked, DOE funding doubled
CSP Today speaks to Wilson Solarpower’s president, Bruce Anderson about how a low-pressure receiver and a modular approach has harnessed the Brayton cycle’s full potential for concentrated solar power.09/09/2011
- Weekly Intelligence Brief: September 5 – September 12
Helioenergy 1 starts commercial operationsThis week’s CSP Today news brief includes the following companies and organisations: Abengoa Solar, E.ON; Siemens Energy, RREEF Infrastructure, Solar Millennium, OHL Industrial, Ecolaire España; Solar Millennium; The California Energy Commission; The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy in India, NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam.12/09/2011
- South Africa: Vote of confidence for FIT U-turn?
The South African Department of Energy's controversial u-turn on its feed-in tariff scheme has stimulated much debate over whether it has delivered the kiss of death, or breathed life, into SA's solar sector.16/09/2011
- CSP finance: Which projects have investment appeal, and why
Andrew Williams explores current trends in investment and funding for both early and late-stage finance for CSP projects, and finds out what types of projects are proving most successful in attracting finance.16/09/2011
- CSP market outlook: Darker days ahead for concentrated solar power?
CSP Today speaks to Rabobank's Senior Associate, Clean Tech Research, Anke Verhagen, and Director of Clean Tech Research, Susan Hansen about whether the US CSP sector will find its feet in the absence of on-going government support; and about the findings of Rabobank's latest report, ‘Rabo on Renewables: Q3 2011’.16/09/2011
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