New Report Provides In-Depth Analysis of the Concentrated Solar Power

"Concentrated Solar Power," a new report published by Energy Business Reports, examines the basics of solar energy, Concentrated Solar Power, the technologies used in this process, cost analysis of all the technologies, major ongoing projects and much more. http://energybusinessreports.com/shop/item.asp?itemid=1457&affillink=EPRW20080124

(PRWEB) January 25, 2008 -- "Concentrated Solar Power," a new report published by Energy Business Reports, examines the basics of solar energy, Concentrated Solar Power, the technologies used in this process, cost analysis of all the technologies, major ongoing projects and much more.

Solar energy technologies harness the sun's energy for practical ends. These technologies date from the time of the early Greeks, Native Americans and Chinese, who warmed their buildings by orienting them toward the sun. Modern solar technologies provide heating, lighting, electricity and even flight.

Concentrating Solar Thermal (CST) systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. This is then used to generate electricity. Moreover, the high temperatures produced by CST systems can be used to provide process heat and steam for a variety of secondary commercial applications (cogeneration).

Other Topics covered in this report include:

  • Availability and Utility of Solar Power
  • Levels of Usage
  • Solar Electric Vehicles
  • Solar Photovoltaic Technology
  • Economics of Concentrated Solar Power


This report sells for $497 and can be ordered at http://energybusinessreports.com/shop/item.asp?itemid=1457&affillink=EPRW20080124

About the Publisher: "Concentrated Solar Power" is published by Energy Business Reports (www.EnergyBusinessReports.com), an energy industry think tank and leading source for energy industry information and research products. Details on all reports can be found at http://energybusinessreports.com/shop/item.asp?itemid=1457&affillink=EPRW20080124

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