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Will Concentrated Solar Power be Reborn? Report Says Yes

Concentrated Solar Power (CSP), which has lain moribund for a decade, is about to be reborn, according to a new report from Rethink Technology Research, with global capacity to increase several times over by 2030. The study expects CSP to claim its place serving power grids, green hydrogen complexes, and industrial process heat in California, […]

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Israel’s Megalim Concentrated Solar Power Plant Begins Operations

The Megalim solar thermal power plant, a joint venture of BrightSource, GE Renewable Energy and the Noy Fund, said on 10 April, that it has begun commercial operation in Israel. The Ashalim Solar Thermal Power Station, located in Israel’s Negev desert, is one of the largest projects of its type in the world. It is […]

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Construction Starts on 700MW Concentrated Solar Power Plant in Dubai

The new 700MW CSP project, which will be based on the Independent Power Producer (IPP) model, will feature the world’s tallest solar tower measuring 260m. United Arab Emirates (UAE) Vice-President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has broken ground on the 700MW concentrated solar power (CSP) phase 4 of the Mohammed bin […]

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Global concentrated solar power market to reach USD 8.92 billion by 2025: Research and Markets

Research and Markets in its new report predicts the global concentrated solar power market to reach USD 8.92 billion by 2025. Increasing awareness about renewable energy along with government regulations to control growing carbon footprint is further propelling the market growth. Increasing clean energy adoption over non-renewable fuels is expected to drive the global concentrated […]

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Concentrated Solar Power Market Size to Reach $8.92 Billion by 2025: Grand View Research, Inc.

The global concentrated solar power market is predicted to reach USD 8.92 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. increasing awareness about renewable energy along with government regulations to control growing carbon footprint is further propelling the market growth. Increasing clean energy adoption over non-renewable fuels is expected to […]

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Indigenizing Solar Manufacturing: Charting the Course to a Solar Self-Sufficient India

Building a strong solar manufacturing sector and supply chain in India will help support the economy and keep pace with rising domestic and global demand for affordable solar energy. Currently, the Indian solar manufacturing industry doesn’t have the capacity to produce PV modules to meet the majority of today’s domestic demand. With all that in […]

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China’s Solar Dominance: How Key Consumer Markets Are Adapting

Governments across the globe are increasingly investing in various sources of new and renewable energy to reach their targets of either achieving carbon neutrality or reducing emissions considerably to help realise the goal of the Paris agreement – limiting the rise in global temperature below 2-degree celsius from pre-industrial levels. Solar power is one of […]

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Solar And Wind Energy Potential Of India May Face Climate Challenge, Finds IITM Study

An analysis published in the Current Science journal reveals that India might fall short of its renewable energy target. And yes, its not the 2022 target of 175 GW, which is certain miss at this stage. The Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune scientists and researchers at Center for Prototype Climate Modeling, New York […]

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Fraunhofer Researchers Develop the World’s Most Efficient Solar Cell

Researchers at the Germany based Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, using a new antireflection coating, claimed on May 30 to have successfully developed the most efficient solar cell of the world. Presenting the results at the 2nd International tandem PV Workshop in Germany, the researchers claimed to have increased the efficiency of the […]

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