- Novatec Biosol: “More transparency needed on solar field cost and performance”
Speaking on the sidelines of the SolarMed conference in Paris, Martin Selig, founder of Novatec Biosol, explains how CSP could become more competitive.17/09/2010
- Strategy: Improving CSP Plant Yield
CSP Today speaks to original equipment manufacturers and project developers to gain insight into how plant yield can be maximised.17/09/2010
- Weekly Intelligence Brief: September 13 - September 20
CEC licences 1000 MW Blythe Solar Power projectThis week’s CSP Today news round-up includes the following: California Energy Commission and Solar Millennium; Keahole Solar Power; New Solar Electricity Corporation; Ormat & Solar Millennium; and Solar Millennium & Ferrostaal.20/09/2010
- Strategy: Improving CSP plant yield
CSP Today speaks to original equipment manufacturers and project developers to gain insight into how plant yield can be maximised.24/09/2010
- Combined heat and power: The key to dispatchable CSP?
CSP Today speaks with Luigi Crema, Scientific Coordinator of Digespo, from the Renewable Energies Environmental Technologies (REET) Unit at the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) in Italy, on where CHP can fit into utility-scale CSP.24/09/2010
- Leanardo Energy holds second concentrated solar power online training course
Following the first training series dedicated to Concentrated Solar Power technology description, Leonardo Energy is launching a second course, covering market aspects, special applications (solar desalination) and solar resource assessment.24/09/2010
- Weekly Intelligence Brief: September 20 - September 27
CEC approves BrightSource’s Ivanpah project This week's CSP Today news brief includes the following companies and organisations: California Energy Commission and BrightSource Energy; GDF SUEZ and Solar Power Group; Solar Millennium, LLC and Chevron Energy Solutions; Munich City Utility Stadtwerke München, RWE Innogy, RheinEnergie, Ferrostaal and Solar Millennium; Nextreme Thermal Solutions; Tessera Solar; and SolarReserve.27/09/2010
- CSP bridging technology: Is the timing right for solar augmentation?
While demand for concentrated solar power augmentation of coal-fired plants is picking up, analysts and manufacturers say customers won't pull the trigger until costs come down.27/09/2010
- Boosting efficiency on steam turbines for CSP
Most industrial turbines are developed for superheated steam. Modifications are obviously made to standard turbines placed in CSP plants today, but as newer plants are built with much larger capacity demands, bigger strides in turbine customization must be made.01/10/2010
- CSP project siting: Public or private?
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has responded to industry concerns over its bureaucratic and convoluted project licensing process. Despite recent concerns that new regulations are pricing some solar development companies out of the game, CSP Today discovers that private land does not necessarily offer the easy alternative.01/10/2010
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