Today’s News

  • Middle East oil extraction seen as next big market for CSP
    By Robin Sayles Précis: Low crude oil prices have driven oilfield operators to consider CSP enhanced oil recovery (EOR) as a way of reducing production costs, John O’Donnell, vice president of business development at GlassPoint Solar, told CSP Today. Oil prices fluctuated between $28 and $42 per barrel in the first quarter of this year, […]
  • Final Countdown for Largest Ever Geothermal Conference in Iceland
    By ThinkGeoEnergy Iceland Geothermal Conference is promising an exciting set of events, presentations, field trips and social occasions. Bringing together more than 600 participants from more than 50 countries, it will be Iceland’s largest geothermal event ever. [PR.com] Read more here:: http://www.pr.com/press-release/667574       
  • Registration Opens for Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting
    By Geothermal Resources Council Popular networking event for the geothermal energy industry in Sacramento, California. [PR.com] Read more here:: http://www.pr.com/press-release/667588       
  • Americans used less energy in 2015 according to analysis
    Americans used less energy overall in 2015 than the previous year, according to the most recent energy flow charts. Among the results, residential natural gas consumption fell by 0.5 quads in 2015 due to a mild winter. Commercial and industrial uses of energy saw much smaller decreases. Read more here:: http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/matter_energy/solar_energy/~3/8lJc0Xdbk7M/160419145417.htm       
  • Schott closes CSP deal with Rioglass Solar; Abengoa sells more assets
    By Robin Sayles Précis: Schott sells CSP business to Rioglass Solar SCHOTT has closed the sale of its CSP business to Rioglass Solar, the company announced in a statement April 14. The buyer, Spanish Rioglass Solar, has acquired the production facility in Aznalcollar near Seville and also a large part of SCHOTT’s CSP assets located […]
  • Cheap, efficient and flexible solar cells: New world record for fullerene-free polymer solar cells
    Polymer solar cells can be even cheaper and more reliable thanks to a new breakthrough. This work is about avoiding costly and unstable fullerenes. Read more here:: http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/matter_energy/solar_energy/~3/5V7TE9NtuhA/160419103847.htm       

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