Around 10 commercial Concentrated Solar Power projects are now under development and construction in China, and some biddings for systems and components & materials purchasing had been completed and winners announced. CSP Focus has been keeping tracking on the biddings, and generating report on the results. Taking an overview on [...]
Having set the African record of 161 hours for continuous operation at a load factor of 76% before an inclement weather interruption during its first month of operation, the Bokpoort concentrated solar plant (CSP) in the Northern Cape is a shining example of the immense potential of CSP technology as [...]
Siemens will deliver the steam plants and generators for the Noor II and Noor III concentrated solar power (CSP) plants at the end of 2016. Noor II and III are respectively the second and the third phase of a huge solar thermal power complex near the city of Ouarzazate in [...]
Rioglass Solar enters the Concentrated Solar Power receiver business, strengthening its position as supplier of key CSP components, by purchasing Siemens CSP's receiver technology and assets.
Abengoa has bought Siemens’ concentrated solar power (CSP) assets through its subsidiary Rioglass Solar
Rioglass Solar has signed an agreement with Siemens to acquire its receiver technology and related manufacturing assets in the area of concentrating solar power (CSP).
Within three years, Israel will have one of the world's biggest concentrating solar power plants, with a capacity of 121 megawatts of electricity.
Siemens is in advanced talks to sell its solar panel factory in Beit Shemesh to Spain's Abengoa, 18 months after Siemens announced that it was getting out of the solar energy business.
Siemens is firing 75% of the 200 employees at its concentrated solar power plant in Beit Shemesh, after failing to find a buyer for it.
Avi Brenmiller, who founded and ran Solel Solar Systems, and made $40 million on the sale of the thermosolar panels manufacturer to Siemens AG, wants to buy back the company.
Siemens is holding talks with potential buyers of its solar thermal energy and photovoltaics units, the Munich-based company said in a statement today.
Siemens announced at the SolarPACES conference in Marrakech the release of a new solar receiver, the UVAC 6G (Universal Vacuum Air Collector), which further increases thermal heat production for CSP plants.
The concentrated solar power plant will use parabolic trough technology and solar thermal storage using molten salts.
The concentrating solar thermal power order was placed by Abengoa for its 150 megawatt (MW) solar hybrid plant operating at the Hassi R'Mel natural gas field in northern Algeria.