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Concentrated Solar Power Could Make Up 25% of World's Energy

A new study by Greenpeace International, the European Solar Thermal Electricity Association and get viagra the International Energy Agency considers three different potential scenarios for concentrated solar power's (CSP) growth over the next few decades. In the third and most aggressive scenario, we could see CSP generating 25 percent of the world's electricity by 2050.

The scenario includes increased investment in the technology to $29 billion a year by 2015 and $243 billion a year by 2050. These investments would lead to installed CSP plant capacity of 1,500 GW by 2050. The second scenario saw more modest investment increases and a total capacity of 830 GW by 2050, still an impressive 12 percent of the world's energy needs. The first scenario assumed no investment increases at all, with CSP making up only 0.2 percent of the world's energy.

The technology has been taking off recently. Spain alone has 50 projects in the works and will be generating 2 GW from CSP by 2015. Worldwide, CSP currently makes up 436 MW and investments in the technology will reach about $2.8 billion this year. Based on current global plans, by 2017, close to 20 GW of CSP capacity will be installed. While the dramatic investment increases that the study explores are very unlikely, it's interesting to see the full potential of http://www.shoreacres.net/cialis-alternative the technology and maybe it will lead to at least a modest increase in investment and development.

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written by Mike, May 29, 2009
CSP's are very suited for Arizona with it's 300 days of sunshine yearly. One way to viagra tablets spur development is for more companies to purchase renewable energy credits to offset their energy consumption and subsidize the initial cost of the projects. They don't have to offset 100% of their energy usage, though ideal, but if more companies do it, even a small percentage would help.
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Environmentalists will block it
written by Jay Tee, May 29, 2009
"Concentrated solar power could make up 25% of the world's energy"

....... not if Diane Feinstein has anything to do with it.
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written by Shawn, May 29, 2009
Solar energy was in discussion from quite a long time. But the problem was just overlooking the brighter side of this for of energy as everyone gives much more importance to nuclear energy and energy produced by fuels.
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written by Fred, July 02, 2009
Solar power should be embraced all over
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written by Fred, July 24, 2009
thats a lot of http://my921.ca/cialis-without-prescriptions concentrated power!
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Driven all by levelized costs
written by davea0511, October 19, 2009
How many people would use a cell phone if you had to buy 25 years of service upfront? Nobody. CSP plants are similar ... it's a huge upfront investment, but over 25 years it's on par with coal, even cheaper in many cases because it produced energy only when it's most needed: hot sunny days.
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good post
written by byron, June 02, 2010
Solar energy was in discussion from quite a long time. But the problem was just overlooking the brighter side of this for of energy as everyone gives much more importance to nuclear energy and energy produced by fuels.

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