An Israeli company cracked the biggest problem with solar technology – Business Insider

The company said it hoped to complete the field in early 2017.

The 10-megawatt field, to be built on about 110 acres (45 hectares) in the desert town of Dimona in southern Israel, will combine existing solar thermal technology with an underground system that stores heat for use at night.

The company already has a working proof-of-concept for the storage system.

Read more: http://uk.businessinsider.com/r-israeli-company-to-build-20-hour-per-day-solar-power-plant-2015-2?r=US&__scoop_post=e4cbdaa0-b0e2-11e4-e12d-842b2b775358&__scoop_topic=1469668#__scoop_post=e4cbdaa0-b0e2-11e4-e12d-842b2b775358&__scoop_topic=1469668#ixzz3RT8pOn5S

Read more: http://uk.businessinsider.com/r-israeli-company-to-build-20-hour-per-day-solar-power-plant-2015-2?r=US&__scoop_post=e4cbdaa0-b0e2-11e4-e12d-842b2b775358&__scoop_topic=1469668#__scoop_post=e4cbdaa0-b0e2-11e4-e12d-842b2b775358&__scoop_topic=1469668#ixzz3RT8VtOPb

Source: uk.businessinsider.com

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