From stirling energy systems's site: "Renewable energy sources constitute a very small fraction, only 2%, of our total global power generation. The forecast at best is unpredictable markets as fuel supply constraints and carbon regulation continues to create unpredictable markets due to volatility in energy costs and fossil fuel prices. Our focus and future must be on renewable energy."
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This morning Boeing says it has teamed up with solar thermal company Stirling Energy Systems to develop Boeing’s high-concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) solar power technology.
Stirling Energy Systems and its developer partner Tessera Solar are planning a kick-off event on Jan. 22 to inaugurate the first project to use Stirling Energy System’s “SunCatcher” solar dish.
One year after receiving a life-sustaining investment from investment firm NTR, Stirling Energy Systems (SES) is on track to start mass producing equipment for its solar thermal power equipment in the second half of 2010
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