Finalists announcement for the CSP Today US Awards 2011

The 2nd edition of the CSP Today Awards USA 2011 will take place on Tuesday, 28th of June, as part of CSP TODAY USA 2011 conference, in its 5th edition this year.

With thousands of online votes, the Concentrated Solar Thermal industry has selected its favourites to win the highly priced CSP TODAY USA AWARD.


All the finalists will be assessed by the Panel of Judges of the CSP Today Awards who are long term industry experts: David Kearney from Kearny Associates, Mark Mehos from NREL, Tom Mancini from Sandia Labs, Tex Wilkins from the DoE CSP program, Gilbert Cohen from Eliasol and Ken Anderson from Cogentrix.

The finalist companies are:

Commercialized Technology Innovation of the year
Heliofocus
Torresol
AREVA
BrightSource Energy

Increased dispatchability Solution of the year
SolarReserve for Crescent Dunes
Solar Trust of America for Blythe
NexEra for FPL Martin Next Generation

Newcomer of the year
Wilson Solar Power
Gossamer Space Frames
EnviroMission

Best CSP Integration of the year
BrightSource Energy
Siemens STE
NextEra Energy

CSP Technological Suppliers of the year
SCHOTT
Siemens
SkyFuel

CSP Engineering Firm of the year
Eliasol Energy
SENER
Abener
Flagsol

EPC Contractor of the Year
Bechtel
Fluor
Lauren

Most effective Environmental Stewardship of the year
Abengoa for Solana
Solar Reserve for Crescent Dunes
Solar Trust of America for Blythe

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

For information about the CSP TODAY USA 2011 please visit www.csptoday.com/usa

Contact details:

Max Crompton
Marketing Manager
CSP Today
max@csptoday.com
UK Phone +44 207 3757156

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