Catching the Sun, Again

Concentrating solar power is all the rage, as reported by REW writer Elisa wood.  It’s the hot, new technology on the solar energy landscape.

But did you know that concentrating solar power has been around since the days when Abraham Lincoln was president and that today’s cutting edge parabolic collectors and solar towers owe their existence to a 19th century French mathematician name Augustin Mouchot?

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I'm a writer based in Bloomington, IN. I'm currently writing a book about renewable energy, titled "Renewable: A Reporter's Quest to Make Sense of the Coming Revolution in Alternative Energy," for St. Martin's Press.

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