All new interactive CSP Today World Map released

CSP Today launches the 4th edition of the CSP Today World Map. The 2012 version of the map is an all-new interactive format with complete data and information of more than 200 CSP plants around the World.

After more than 6 months researching and compiling information from different sources, CSP Today has published the only user-friendly reference guide available in the industry. This exclusive map allows the user to filter the information by geographical area, technology or megawatt capacity. Moreover, the CSP Today World Map includes detailed information of the status of each plant on whether it is in development, construction or operation.


"It is interesting to see year to year how the industry is developing and expanding. We will be constantly updating the online CSP Today World map so you won't find a most updated CSP today anywhere"" explained Beln Gallego, founder of CSP Today.

This map is available to everyone and can be downloaded here: http://www.csptoday.com/global-tracker/content.php

For more information about the CSP Today World Map, please contact:

Bea Gonzlez
CSP Today
bea@csptoday.com

About CSP Today: CSP Today is the reference point for CSP professionals and a cornerstone for communications within the industry. We aim to provide you with industry focused news, events, reports, updates and information for the Concentrated Solar Thermal Power industry. Working with you, CSP Today aims to be the hub of the CSP community enabling dialogue throughout the industry and driving CSP forwards

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