BrightSource Energy and Abengoa Solar withdrew their application for the Palen concentrating solar power project Friday afternoon.
Developers of solar power, wind and geothermal projects face the prospect of a significantly easier permitting process across the deserts of California, under a draft plan unveiled by US officials.
Palen Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project in Riverside County would produce clean power and create jobs
Construction of the Palen Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project is expected to employ 600 to 1,200 people.
BrightSource Energy and Abengoa argued that Palen Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project would be able to incorporate thermal energy storage at some point in the future.
The California Energy Commission is set to approve the Palen Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project.
A Stanford study outlines how power from facilities such as the Ivanpah Concentrated Solar Power in California's Mojave Desert can be part of the state's renewable energy future.
The Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project is the second of its type in the United States being built by Abengoa Solar, a Spain-based corporation.
Solar energy, PV and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP), meets 6.4% of California’s electricity demand in June
Utility-scale solar PV and concentrated solar power (CSP) met 6.4% of California's electricity demand during June 2014, according to an analysis by renewable energy consultant Bernard Chabot.
Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) projects would add additional value of 5 or 6 cents per kilowatt hour to utility-scale solar energy in California where 33 percent renewables will be mandated in six years.
Concentrated Solar Power (CSP), Photovoltaic meet 6.0% of California’s electricity demand in May 2014
California's utility-scale PV and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) output peaked in the afternoon of May 30th, 2014 at around 4.7 GW.
Plans for two 750-foot-tall concentrated solar power towers in eastern Riverside County are under consideration again, the state announced Thursday.
California's solar PV (yellow) and Concentrated Solar Power (brown) plants are meeting an increasing share of daytime electricity demand.
NextEra Energy subsidiary NextEra Energy Resources, LLC and Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) are celebrating the culmination of a Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project seven years in the making.