Dubai's 200 MW CSP tender framework offers potential cost savings from engineering through to operations and new entrants from China could help lower prices, Inaki Perez, Solar Team Leader at Mott MacDonald, DEWA's Technical Advisor, said at the MENA New Energy 2017 conference.
This week’s CSP Today news brief includes the following companies and organisations: Abengoa, IDC, Eskom; Algerian Ministry of Energy; Morgan Stanley, ACS, GIP, Saeta Yield, Spanish Securities & Exchange Commission; Dow Chemical, NEST AS and the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology.
This week’s CSP Today news brief includes the following companies and organizations: The Cyprus Institute (CyI); Nevada Bureau of Land Management, SolarReserve, NV Energy; Desertec, the WEF; Aora Solar, the Ethiopian Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy and the Ethiopian Energy Authority.
This week’s CSP Today news brief includes the following companies and organisations: Exergy Power, SolarReserve; ACS, Saeta Yield; Reliance Power, the Government of Rajasthan; North China Electric Power University, the Chinese Academy of Science.
This article is the first of The Expert Column Series, a space where two experts present their opinions on a topic proposed by CSP Today. This time, Juan Barragán (NEST AS) and Mark Schmitz (TSK Flagsol Engineering GmbH) discuss: Heatcrete or Molten Salt?
Many countries seem to have the ideal conditions for CSP: high DNI, vast stretches of empty land, and an urgent need for alternative energy sources. So why aren’t these markets adopting the only renewable energy technology that can produce power around the clock?