Feed-In Tariff Propels Solar Thermal Power in Spain
CSP (Concentrating Solar Power) or Solar Thermal plants use mirrors to focus the sun rays on pipes carrying heat-absorbing fluid, thereby generating steam which then drives a turbine to generate electricity. What sets this technology apart from Solar PV and wind technology is the storage of energy. Excess energy is stored in insulated tanks filled with molten salt and this heat can be tapped during the night to generate steam. Generation of clean, renewable source of energy in deserts, added with the storage option has made CSP an attractive option for power producers looking to generate electricity on a large scale
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