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Ramesh Jadhav
Concentrated Solar Power Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry And Forecast, 2023 – 2030 | IMR

Global Concentrated Solar Power Market was valued at USD 6.56 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 10.97 billion by the year 2028, at a CAGR of 7.62%. Analysis period {2023-2030}

CSP technology uses mirrors to reflect sunlight and focus on the receiver. The concentrated solar energy heats the hot liquid in the receiver from heat is heat generated, also known as thermal energy, which can be used to turn turbines and drive engines to generate electricity. It can also be used in a variety of industrial applications, including Water desalination, improved oil recovery, food processing, chemical production, and mineral processing. Concentrated Solar Power plants are typically used for power plant projects. These utility-scale CSP systems can be configured in different ways. The electric pylon system places a mirror around the central tower that acts as a receiver. The linear system has a row of mirrors that focus sunlight on a parallel tube receiver placed on top of it. Small CSP systems can be placed directly where power is needed.

The Major Players Covered in this Report:
Abengoa, BrightSource Energy, ACWA Power, Aalborg CSP, and SolarReserve, TSK Flagsol Engineering GmbH, Alsolen, Cobra Energia, Torresol Energy, Acciona Energy, eSolar, Enel Green Power

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