CSP Today USA awards finalists announced

CSP Today has announced the finalists for the CSP Today USA Awards, taking place on 26 June in Las Vegas.

With over 5 large-scale projects scheduled for completion in 2013-14, CSP capacity is set to increase by a staggering 120%, to 1889.66MW, in the United States. Furthermore, significant efforts have been made in research and development to drive down CSP costs and optimize system efficiency.


On 26 June CSP Today USA 2013 will host an awards ceremony to recognize the achievements of the industry, and will acknowledge leading CSP companies for their achievements in one of 5 categories: Technology and Supplier Award, Engineering Performance Award, Dispatchability Solution Award, Responsible Business Award and the Industry Choice Award – with only one company taking the prestigious title in each category for 2013.

Technology and Supplier Award

Advanced Thermal
Foster Wheeler
RioGlass

Engineering Performance Award

AKO
SolarReserve
Foster Wheeler

Dispatchability Solution Award

Abengoa
SolarReserve
Terrafore

Responsible Business Award

Solarreserve
Abengoa
BrightSource Energy

This Industry choice award will be voted for by attendees of CSP Today USA 2013, and the winner will need to demonstrate how they have advanced CSP's reputation for the benefit of the industry.
The CSP Today USA Awards will take place on the evening of 26 June at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, concluding the first day of the CSP Today USA 2013 conference. There will be eager anticipation to find out who will emerge as this year's winners and see how they have made a difference to concentrated solar power in the United States, and worldwide.
For more information about the awards visit:

http://www.csptoday.com/usa/awards-overview.php

Contact:

Jack Ahearne
CSP Today
jack@csptoday.com

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