Israeli solar power plant to generate electricity around the clock

February 16, 2015 by  
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Israeli alternative energy company Brenmiller Energy has solved one of the biggest issues with solar technology — how to generate electricity when the sun sets. The Tel Aviv-based company announced on Monday that it will build a 10-megawatt solar facility in the Negev desert city of Dimona that will generate renewable electricity for around 20 hours per day through an energy storage technology the company has been developing for the past three years. Biomass will be used as a backup during the four hours when the solar power system is not generating electricity. Read the rest of Israeli solar power plant to generate electricity around the clock Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: biomass , Brenmiller Energy , energy storage , Israel , solar , solar power plant Dimona

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Israeli solar power plant to generate electricity around the clock

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