CSP Today releases the CSP Today World Map 2010 version

The CSP Today World Map 2010 includes an itemized list of all the MW sized concentrated solar thermal power plants in the world that are either announced, under construction or in operation.

The map has been commissioned for the 2nd year running by CSP Today, as part of 4th International Concentrated Solar Thermal Power Summit campaign and it contains a world map with the location of the main plants, as well as a detailed USA, Spain and Australia close up maps.

The map, considered is a very useful tool for reference by the industry, also contains a detailed list of all the projects with some key information such as size, developer, type of technology and status.

The map can be downloaded for free on http://www.csptoday.com/csp/worldmap-external.shtml and it will be reviewed as the concentrated solar thermal markets develop worldwide.

About CSP Today

CSP Today is the leading business intelligence, news and events company focused exclusively on the concentrated solar thermal power industry. For more information please visit www.csptoday.com

To download the map, please go to: http://www.csptoday.com/csp/worldmap-external.shtml

For information about the 4th International Concentrated Solar Thermal Power Summit please visit www.csptoday.com/csp

Contact details:

Beln Gallego
Founder & Director
CSP Today

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