CSP Heathens North Europe

CSP Heathens North Europe

Brønderslev, a Danish municipality with a population of 12,500, is setting up a multi-purpose renewable heat plant for their district heating network

It’s not gas, nor oil, its CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) that will heathen a small village in Denmark, North Europe, during the cold winters.

Denmark is a frontier for renewable energies and smart energy systems. Let’s have a look at the advantages of CSP for the region because normally we expect CSP in Southern parts of the world. Don’t we?

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Pros & Cons of (renewable) energy sources

Hydrogen energy much cheaper dan fossil energy

Hydrogen energy for example, seems to be much cheaper and cleaner than fossil energy

The last few years, more and more researchers discover new approaches, technics and improvements to all kind of renewable energy sources.

Even in combining important research areas like solar energy and biomass conversion.

Renewables are important to stop the climate change. Read More

Solar Power Much Cheaper In 2014

solar power, grid, renewables, California, climate change

We help California meet its mandate to generate 33 percent of its power from renewable sources by 2020

The prices of Solar Power Systems dropped by 9 to 12 percent in 2014.

Prices are going down for years now but this is spectacular.

Reason of the drop of prices are: competition of cours, more efficient installations and operations, scaling of the productions and sharp biddings. Read More