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Why Renewable Energy is Hot
ConcentratingSolarPower
GlobalOutlook09
 
Foreword 5Executive Summary 7
Section 1
CSP: the basics 13The concept 11Requirements for CSP 14How it works the technologies 15
Section 2
CSP electricity technologies and costs 17Types of generator 17Parabolic trough 20Central receiver 24Parabolic dish 28Fresnel linear reector 30Cost trends for CSP 32Heat storage technologies 33
Section 3
Other applications of CSP technologies 35Process Heat 35Desalination 35Solar Fuels 36Cost Considerations 37
Section 4
Market Situation by Region 39Middle East and India 42Africa 44Europe 46Americas 49Asia - Pacic 50
Section 5
Global Concentrated Solar Power Outlook Scenarios 53The Scenarios 53Energy efciency projections 54Core Results 54Full Results 55Main Assumptions and Parameters 66
Section 6
CSP for Export: The Mediterranean Region 69Mediterranean Solar Plan 2008 69Technical potential for CSP in theMediterranean/ MENA region 69Solar Energy Scenario for Mediterranean 70
Section 7
CSP Policy recommendations 75What policies are working to boost CSP? 75International Policy Frameworks 76Recommendations 77APPENDIX 1 Current and projected CSP market 82APPENDIX 2 Companies active in CSP 84APPENDIX 3 Early solar power plants 85APPENDIX 4 List of countries in IEA Regions 85APPENDIX 5 Summary Scenario Key parameter 86
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The PS10Concentrating SolarTower Plant nearSeville, Spain.
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Greenpeace International
Ottho Heldringstraat 51066 AZ AmsterdamThe NetherlandsTel: +31 20 7182000Fax: +31 20 5148151
greenpeace.orgSolarPACES
SolarPACES SecretariateApartado 39E-04200 TabernasSpainsolarpaces.orgexsec@solarpaces.org
ESTELA 
European Solar Thermal ElectricityAssociation, Renewable Energy House,Rue d'Arlon 63-67, B - 1040 Brussels
FRONT/BACK COVER PIC© GREENPEACE / MARKEL REDONDO
THE PS10 CONCENTRATING SOLAR TOWERPLANT, WHICH CONCENTRATES THE SUN'SRAYS AT THE TOP OF A 115 METRE-HIGHTOWER WHERE A SOLAR RECEIVER ANDA STEAM TURBINE ARE LOCATED.THE TURBINE DRIVES A GENERATOR,PRODUCING ELECTRICITY.
For more information contact:enquiries@greenpeace.org
Written by:
Written by Dr. Christoph Richter,Sven Teske and Rebecca Short
Edited by:
Rebecca Short and The Writer
Designed by:
Toby Cotton
Acknowledgements:
Many thanks to Jens Christiansenand Tania Dunsterat onehemisphere.seJN 238
Contents
 
Concentrating Solar Power:
Outlook 2009
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©GNMDONDO
With advancedindustry developmentand high levels ofenergy efficiency,concentrated solarpower could meetup to 7% of theworld’s powerneeds by 2030and fully onequarter by 2050.
GreenpeaceInternational,SolarPACESand ESTELA ConcentratingSolar Power
Outlook 2009

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