Reflector innovations heat up in the world of CSP

Last week at the CSP Today Project Development Conference in Denver, CO, we learned of at least two companies quietly developing reflector technology for solar thermal power plants. We had previously called attention to innovations in this area (see the March 25, 2010 LRSJ), noting that Google, inve...

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