Who are the leading CSP companies in 2012?

Finalists of the CSP Today USA 2012 awards have been announced, and this is the first time the industry will vote live for the industry choice award.

London, CSP Today


Amidst the backdrop of a challenging US CSP market, there have been great efforts made to excel the industry forwards with advancements in technology, engineering, cost reductions and lobbying efforts. A lot of the hard work has happened behind the scenes which is playing a role in cementing the industry's position in the US for the long term.

On June 27 the CSP Today USA 2012 awards dinner will recognize the achievements of companies in five categories with only one of them taking the prestigious title and award for 2012. The highly esteemed judges have cast their vote and CSP Today has announced the following finalists:

CSP Technology and Supplier Award Finalists:

-Schott
-FosterWheeler
-Flowserve

CSP Engineering Performance Award Finalists:

-ACS COBRA
-Bechtel
-Fitchner solar

CSP Dispatchability Solution Award Finalists:

-Abantia
-Torresol
-Halotechnic

CSP Responsible Business Award Finalists:

-Solar Reserve
-Abengoa
-BrightSource energy

Industry Choice Award Finalists:

-Solar Reserve
-Torresol
-Tigercomm
-BrightSource energy
-Department of Energy

The CSP Today USA 2012 Awards will take place on the evening of June 27 at Caesars Palace, and will be an interesting event to watch companies raise the bar in the industry. There will be eager anticipation to find out who will come out as this year's winners, and learn about what they have done to positively impact CSP.

For more information about the awards visit:

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

Contact:

Heidi Hafes

t: +44 (0) 20 7375 7206
US toll free: 1800 814 3459 ex: 7206
e: heidi@csptoday.com

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