7th - 17th November 2016 This School, the first of a series of annual Autumn Schools on Concentrated Solar Technologies (CST), is directed to graduate (Masters and Doctoral) students and to early career professionals. The school offers a fast paced comprehensive overview of the field, to be followed by intermediate [...]
The Board of Trustees of the Cyprus Institute (CyI) has ratified the appointment of Dr. Manuel Blanco as the EC-funded European Research Area (ERA) Chair holder in the field of Solar Thermal Energy. He will join the Energy Division of the Cyprus Institute’s Energy, Environment and Water Research Center (EEWRC). [...]
The Cyprus Institute is currently advertising vacancies for administrative and research positions within our Solar Energy research group: 1. Project Officer for Solar Energy and Desalination Group: http://jobboard.cyi.ac.cy/?q=node/452 2. Postdoctoral fellow for concentrated solar power: http://jobboard.cyi.ac.cy/?q=node/437 3. Computational scientist (Postdoc - HPC for energy): http://jobboard.cyi.ac.cy/?q=node/248 If you require further information please email email@example.com and [...]
The US is willing to invest in renewable energy projects in Cyprus, including in two large solar thermal power plants there, the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) said on Wednesday. Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has announced the US’ interest in the matter during her visit to Cyprus. The [...]
The Cyprus Institute’s Linear Fresnel Solar Energy System for Built Environment of the Novel Technologies Laboratory (NTL) building was inaugurated by the Honorable Minister of Finance, Harris Georgiades, on April 11. The Minister in his address stressed that research and innovation can and should have a very important role in a new economic [...]
The first phase of the project which was formally launched in the fall of 2008, will last 16 months.
The Cyprus Institute (CyI) has been awarded a European Research Area (ERA) Chair grant of €2.5 million in the field of Solar Thermal Energy (STE).
The aim of this collaboration is to investigate solar energy issues and better ways of integrating concentrated solar power to the network.
The whole Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project is estimated to cost €175 million, €60m of which comes from the grant given to the company by the European Investment Bank.
Developer Alfa Mediterranean Enterprises is to install around 300 solar thermal receivers and hundreds of sun-tracking mirrors north of Limassol in Cyprus.
The project uses innovative technology and features a tower-based, concentrated solar power system, developed by Solastor in Australia.
Infinia has begun commissioning the first concentrating solar power (CSP) systems in a 1.5 MW project at a US Army facility in the state of Utah.
Projects include 75 MW in Greece (Maximus) and 50 MW in Cyprus (Helios Power) with Infinia's PowerDishTM technology.