Ivanpah Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) officials defend project in wake of bird deaths

Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, currently the world’s largest Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant, is located in the California Mojave Desert, southwest of Las Vegas.

Concentrated solar power (CSP) with storage could fill the gaps in intermittent renewable generation

Concentrated solar power with storage could fill the gaps in intermittent renewable generation, limiting the need for carbon-emitting natural gas plants.

Wind energy, PV, and Concentrated Solar Power has the potential to reduce pollution-related environmental impacts of electricity

A global low-carbon energy economy is not only feasible – it could actually double electricity supply by 2050, while also reducing air and water pollution, according to new research.

Ivanpah Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) killed 321 birds, not 28,000

With its claim of 28,000 dead birds from Ivanpah, the Associated Press syndicated a story on every front page in America, spreading alarm about concentrated solar power (CSP) plants, which was not grounded in facts, but

How Many Birds Are Killed By Wind Energy, Solar Power, Oil, And Coal?

For each power source — wind, solar, oil and gas, nuclear, and coal — the data on bird deaths is gathered from different advocacy and industry groups, academic institutions, and government sources.

Africa to add rore renewables, solar energy and wind power, in 2014 than past 14 years

Last month, Abengoa received loans of $142 million from the African Development Bank for Xina Solar One, a 100-megawatt, $884 million concentrated solar power project in South Africa.

Concentrated Solar Power Less Dangerous to Birds Than Cats or Cars

Concentrated solarthermal power plants in the U.S. are less likely to kill birds than cars, cats or mobile-phone towers, despite reports that say the facilities pose a significant threat to avian life.

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