mirrored solar dish that looks like a home satellite receiver, and produces 3.5 kilowatts of energy
shared by Sergio Ferreira on 12 Feb 08 - Cached
Using its Stirling engine technology, Inifnia thinks it can eventually produce electricity 20 to 30 percent cheaper than today’s existing solar panels. And in times of peak energy demand—on a hot summer day, for instance—it could even be competitive with electricity from gas-powered or coal-fired plants.
making a six-dish mini power plant producing up to 150kW of grid-ready electrical power during the day.
with a net solar-to-electric conversion efficiency reaching 30 percent. Each unit can produce up to 25 kilowatts of daytime power.
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