Précis:CSP Today investigates whether high altitude, low temperature conditions favour certain CSP technologies and heat transfer mediums.
By Susan Kraemer, US correspondent
Some of the best insolation in the world near populated regions is in the thinner atmosphere of high deserts that plunge well below 0°C in winter. The excellent insolation of California’s high desert in the Mojave is 2,000 feet up, and temperatures can fall to around -17°C in winter.Related Content:Image:Primary Event:Premium`:No
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High altitude CSP: Molten salts or mineral oil HTF?
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