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December 01, 2012

MHI and SSE Partner to Bring Cargo Container Battery Storage to Orkney Islands Power Grid

SHEC Energy claims baseload levelized cost of power at 12 cents per KW/hour in ideal solar radiance.

November 13, 2011

Balancing Act: How Can We Deal with Variability?

Check out *Beacon Power* for next gen flywheel storage.

October 19, 2011

Could U.S. Get 20% of Electricity from Solar Under Power Lines?

The fossil fuel lobby and the Tea Party will kill the idea. Too much competition.

October 19, 2011

Asia Report: The Intensity Increases Over China Pricing

Beacon Energy and Shec Energy look like game changers in their respective storage type fields.

October 11, 2011

U.S. Solar Pipeline Shifts Again, 2.25 GW of CSP Will Now Be PV

New CSP and storage innovations from Shec Energy:

www.shecenergy.com

With the unique solar receiver design,I understand the conversion efficiency is around 30 % and heat storage at 850 degrees C, much higher than molten salt.

June 10, 2011

The Rise of Concentrating Solar Thermal Power

Canada's SHEC ENERGY reports patenting an number of inventions in utility scale concentrated solar thermal power and storage that when scaled up, represent a major reduction in costs per KW hour and would be disruptive to the CSP industry. SHEC reports a rapid manufacturing process that is at least eight times faster than the fastest parabolic mirror forming methodology.
SHEC's main breakthrough is a solar beam receiver that can process heat over 825 degrees C and is likely the only such technology in the world, having an emissivity loss of only about 2%. (parabolic trough technology is about 45% loss)

SHEC has a proprietary liquid that can store heat at 850 degrees C (conventional medium molten salt is only at 560 degrees or lower) with implications for baseload power and increased turbine efficiencies.

SHEC ENERGY has an MOU with Sweden's Cleanergy to build waterless (no steam turbine needed)solar sterling engines. Swedens' Cleanergy has an order for several thousand solar sterling engines that can be made with SHEC's receiver. Efficiency conversion rate is about 32% or about double that of typical PV tech.
SHEC ENERGY was selected to participate in the Obama administrations solar trade mission to India and has solar farm

MOU's in the region dependent on completing the integrated pilot plant. There is an MOU with a South African jurisdiction to build a 50 MW solar farm. This requires funding to complete an environmental assessment.

Germany ( after a due diligence visit to SHEC's lab)has offered a $40,000,000.00 grant to build a parts factory there , but this requires matching funds. There are a number of applications for these technologies including utility and village scale power both, efficient energy storage, hot water, air conditioning, industrial heat for smelters and any remote power needs where there is no grid connection. SHEC ENERGY is a private company engaged in a funding round at this time.

June 11, 2011

The Rise of Concentrating Solar Thermal Power

Check out Shec Energy's CSP sterling engine MOU with Cleanergy. Waterless!

December 14, 2010

Agreement at Climate Change Talks in Cancun Is a Step Forward

It is not an "agreement" because nothing is binding.

Therefore it is a wish list.

March 27, 2009

Greek Parliament Approves HelioSphera Manufacturing Subsidy

SHEC energy of Canada has much more efficient technology which I have been trying to introduce to Greece, yet they continue to not respond and subsidize inferior outdated techology.

March 28, 2009

First Solar to Develop 30-MW Thin-film Project

I am looking for the best price per KW/hr PV solar panels for 10 MW power plant.

Will this company provide it ? email KRITS(at)ROGERS.COM

January 21, 2009

New PV Regulations Set by Greek Parliament

SHEC energy has solar thermal "next generation" power technology and is currently speaking to Greek officials..

I wonder if anyone knows if solar thermal would qualify for the tarriffs?

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