Qnergy has acquired the assets of US-based concentrating solar thermal power Infinia Corporation Inc. located in Ogden, Utah.
Dish Stirling concentrated solar power (CSP) provider Infinia files Chapter 11 to continue limited business operations
Infinia could not achieve full-scale operations rapidly enough to start generating positive cash flow.
Infinia Corporation has announced it has begun commissioning the first of seven commercial-scale PowerDish installments underway at the Tooele Army Depot, a U.S. Army installation in Utah, USA.
Marc Ulrich, VP of Trading and Energy Operations at Southern California Edison (SCE), told CSP Today that SEGS is now selling electricity to SCE for about 5.57 cents per kWh. That’s a very, very low price.
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.
Infinia Corporation today announced it has begun commissioning the first of seven commercial-scale PowerDish™ installments.
Infinia Corp, the Utah based CSP company, has raised $8,325,000 since January as part of a private financing round.
Chronicling the Infinia PowerDish installation at Tooele Army Depot, Utah.
Infinia Corp., a developer of power systems that convert solar heat to electricity, won also a contract to supply equipment to a 114 million-euro ($143 million) project in Cyprus.
Projects include 75 MW in Greece (Maximus) and 50 MW in Cyprus (Helios Power) with Infinia's PowerDishTM technology.
Infinia Corporation chosen for PowerDish™ deployment at Tooele Army Depot by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The U.S. company will provide Stirling engines to a 25.5 MW concentrated solar power plant, David Townley, vice president in charge of business development, said according to Bloomberg.
Infinia, the developer of a concentrated solar energy product, has raised $4 million in venture capital, according to a new filing by the company with the Securities and Exchange Commission.