Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) is increasingly providing clean, sustainable energy for U.S. nation’s homes, businesses and industries.
The publication of the Preferred Alternative draft of the much-awaited Desert Renewable Energy and Conservation Plan (DRECP) brings both hope and consternation to supporters of clean energy in California.
A team of researchers at the University of California at San Diego developed the silicon boride-coated nanoshell material that can be used in concentrated solar power (CSP) plants.
The team were challenged as part of the U.S. government’s SunShot program to increase the efficiency of large-scale concentrated solar power (CSP) technology.
The US Energy Department has launched a $25m funding program to advance concentrated solar power (CSP) system technologies.
Between 11 and 21 gigawatts of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) could be built and integrated into existing fossil fuel plants in the US – enough to power to between 3 million and 6 million homes.
The most Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) capacity ever installed in the United States in a single year was in 2013
Three new Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) solar plants with a total capacity of 766 MW were completed, the first completed in the U.S. since 2010.
A soaring structure on the south side of the Department of Energy’s National Solar Thermal Test Facility combines two cutting-edge technologies in concentrating solar energy (CSP).
Concentrating solar power (CSP) could supply a substantial amount of current energy demand, according to the study published in the journal Nature Climate Change.
Concentrated solar power (CSP) with thermal energy storage (TES) can address mounting problems associated with integrating renewable power into the grid, enabling renewable resources’ share of the energy supply to grow w
Abengoa to develop new Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) storage technology in collaboration with the US NREL
The research program will achieve a reduction in costs of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) technology while increasing efficiency.
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.
SRI has signed an agreement with the US DOE to conduct jointly-funded research to support development of high-temperature thermochemical energy storage systems for concentrating solar power (CSP).