CSP Projects and Prospects Guide USA 2013 unveiled by CSP Today

Researchers at CSP Today have completed work on the brand new guide focused on the CSP market in the United States.

Hours of research has resulted in the general release of this resource, which provides exclusive analysis and data on the Ivanpah, Solana, Mojave, Crescent Dunes and Genesis CSP plants.


The guide examines the long-term impact these breakthrough projects will have on financing, regulation and the future project pipeline in the United States. Furthermore, it includes critical information on all five projects, including size, location, companies involved, total investment, PPAs and technologies used.

In a recent interview Jack Ahearne, the leading researcher at CSP Today, said that "2013 is shaping up to be a momentous year for the CSP industry in the US, with a number of large-scale plants scheduled to commence full operation. The CSP Projects and Prospects Guide' puts this growth into perspective, as well as provides a detailed market update that assesses the critical roadblocks that CSP must overcome to ensure growth in the project pipeline for years to come".

The guide is free to download, and can be found here:

http://www.csptoday.com/usa/content.php

For more information about the guide contact Jack Ahearne by email: jack@csptoday.com

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