BrightSource Energy submitted a $10 million bid for the 500 MW concentrated solar power plant as part of the court-approved auction of four solar energy projects Solar Trust had in development.
Solar thermal developer BrightSource Energy has already filed a $10 million bid for the smaller of the two projects, the 500-megawatt Palen project 10 miles east of Desert Center.
BrightSource Energy is seeking to buy an unbuilt 500- megawatt concentrating solar thermal power plant from the bankrupt Solar Trust of America, according to Bloomberg.
Yesterday, Solar Millennium AG, the majority owner of the equity of Solar Trust of America, announced the initiation of insolvency proceedings in Germany.
Corporate strategy adjusted to changed market requirements particularly in the U.S. to secure sales and earnings.
The third Solar Millennium AG corporate bond amounting to € 20 million, which was issued on 22 August 2006, was repaid in full to investors yesterday.
Leading U.S. Solar Developer Honored at CSP Today’s 2011 Conference in Las Vegas.
Solar Trust of America, the integrated solar industrial solutions company currently developing the 1,000 MW Blythe Solar Power Project among other projects, announced a new corporate naming convention and structure.
With a capacity of 1,000 megawatts (MW), Blythe will be the largest solar power facility in the world and will be providing energy on s scale comparable to commercial nuclear and fossil-fueled power plants.
Back in April, I had the pleasure of announcing that the Department of Energy had extended our largest conditional loan guarantee for a solar project – $2.1 billion to support a concentrating solar thermal power plant ne
Secretary of the Interior Salazar and California´s Governor Brown broke ground for the world’s largest solar power plant project in Blythe
The electricity generated in Blythe 1 and 2 will be purchased by the US utility Southern California Edison (SCE).
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and California’s Governor Jerry Brown will break ground on the solar-thermal power plant in Blythe
On Friday 17 June 2011, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and California’s Governor Jerry Brown will break ground on the solar-thermal power plant in Blythe, the world's largest facility of its kind.
Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar Joins as Guest of Honor.