Nevada Solar One
Nevada Solar One is a solar thermal power station and will use parabolic troughs, heating tubes of liquid (solar receivers). These solar receivers are specially coated tubes made of glass and steel.
Nevada Solar One also uses a technology that collects extra heat by putting it into phase-changing molten salts. This energy can then be drawn on at night.
Nevada Solar One started producing electricity in the June 2007.
References[change | edit source]
- "ACCIONA invests 220 million euros in a solar thermal electric power plant in Nevada (USA)" (in Spanish). 13/02/2006. http://www.acciona.es/default.asp?x=0002060101&z=000105&item=152&bus=1. Retrieved 2006-10-23.
- Schott: Glass made of ideas
- Nevada: Solar energy advances discussed
- Solar One is a "go" for launch