Blog Grid 3 Columns

You are here

Australia’s first concentrated solar thermal plant enters final stage

by SolReflection / 29 May, 2018

The $20 million Jemalong Solar Thermal Station near Forbes in western New South Wales has entered the commissioning phase and is close to reaching full operation, says developer Vast Solar.

What is solar thermal electricity?

by SolReflection / 29 May, 2018

A large solar thermal electricity plant will soon begin operating near Ouarzazate, Morocco, which will reportedly bring energy to a million people when fully complete.

Hydrogen considered as new energy export

by SolReflection / 21 May, 2018

Hydrogen is being investigated as a new export method for Australia's wind and solar energy resources.

 

 

Prices Are Falling Fast

by SolReflection / 16 Jan, 2018
 
 

Proserpine Canegrowers - 'enormous potential'

by SolReflection / 11 Jan, 2018

Thermal solar plant has 'enormous potential'

by Peter Carruthers - 11th Jan 2018

 

Port Augusta Solar Thermal Plant to power South Australian Government

by SolReflection / 14 Aug, 2017

A proposed solar thermal power plant in South Australia’s mid-north has been contracted to supply all the state government’s power needs.

Brazil to press ahead with CSP pilot programme

by SolReflection / 18 Oct, 2016

Brazil is pressing ahead with experimental concentrating solar power (CSP) projects and has started studies to include the technology in competitive tenders.