The concentrated solar power player eSolar, one of just three remaining companies in the U.S. specializing in tower designs, appears to have ceased operating. GTM emails this month to key eSolar leadership team members, including chairman and founder Bill Gross, executive vice president of projects Dale Rogers and vice [...]
eSolar® is extremely proud to be part of Sundrop Farms’ first commercial greenhouse facility in Port Augusta, South Australia which officially opened on October 6th. There have been several excellent articles (see list below) published which give a great overview of Sundrop Farms and this particular site–this article is different. [...]
eSolar®, a leading developer of modular, scalable concentrated solar power (CSP) technology, has been contracted by Aalborg CSP A/S (Aalborg, Denmark) to provide a solar collector system.
eSolar, the US based developer of concentrated solar power (CSP) projects, will provide insight into the benefits of utilizing CSP for enhanced oil recovery in the Middle East at CSP Today Sevilla 2013.
Solar innovator unveils optimized solar collector, energy storage capabilities at SolarPACES.
GTM Research forecasts 912 megawatts of CSP coming on-line this year.
Last year was a quiet year for solar thermal startup eSolar, which makes solar plant gear that converts the sun’s heat into electricity (unlike solar panels, which convert sunlight into electricity).
The Concentrated Solar Power project is expected to take 24 months to construct and expected to operate for approximately 25 to 30 years.
The U.S. technical potential of utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) was estimated at 80,000 gigawatts. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) was 37,000 gigawatts.
There are hard questions to answer about Ivanpah. The Los Angeles Times didn’t ask them.
eSolar, the provider of concentrating solar power (CSP) plant technology, and Sanmina-SCI, will work to optimize eSolar's solar collector system.
The Dervish license extension also paves the way for a second plant using GE's FlexEfficiency technology and eSolar's concentrated solar power.
Areva and Alstom, both of France, and Germany's Siemens have made similar investments over the past two years, and each have a hybrid concentrated solar-gas plant offering.