• Low-cost solar thermal solution, utilizing arrays of inexpensive flat mirrors
  • Set to disrupt other solar thermal approaches if proven in the field
  • Thermal energy storage allows for power production to track demand and mitigates effects of intermittent sunlight
  • Systems are more robust in windy and othe...
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