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Sandia CSP Industry Leaders And Government Representatives Celebrate 40th Anniversary of The World’s First Multimegawatt Solar Tower

From testing space shuttle tiles to making electricity from sunlight, the world’s first multimegawatt solar tower has contributed to energy research, space exploration, defense testing and solar energy commercialization since it was commissioned at Sandia National Laboratories in July 1978. The solar tower is a key component of a specific …

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DOE Granted RPI’s Liu $1.8M to Advance Concentrating Solar Power Research

Li (Emily) Liu, an associate professor of nuclear engineering and engineering physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) to receive a $1.8 million award for the study of high-temperature molten-salt properties and corrosion mechanisms. Li (Emily) LiuThe award …

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Latest Progress And Construction Experience of The Kuwait Shagaya CSP Project

Reported from CSPPLAZA:On 20~22 June 2018, in Beijing, Oliver Baudson,General Manager of TSK Flagsol Engineering attended the Fifth China International CSP conference and CSPPLAZA annual meeting (CPC2018), in which he delivered a speech about the latest progress and construction experience of the Kuwait Shagaya CSP project. TSK is a well-known …

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A CSP-Based, Agriculture Integrated Steam Supply Project Will Be Built In Saibei

Reported from CSPPLAZA: Jizhong Energy Mine Group will build a CSP-Based, Agriculture Integrated Steam Supply Project, which is expected to realize the integration of clean energy and modern agriculture. The concept of combining concentrated solar power technology with modern agriculture has been put forward for a long time, but there …

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