24 Hour Baseload Solar Power a Reality NOW!!

As report in today’s Climate Spectator, “last week, Gemasolar, a 19MW solar tower plant located near Seville in southern Spain, delivered electricity continuously over a 24-hour period to the grid.

It is the first time that a commercial-scale solar power plant has been capable of generating electricity through the day and the night, and it has come less than a month since the plant, equipped with molten salt storage facilities that can provide power for 15 hours without the sun, began commercial production.”

Hooray!! Bring it on NOW!!!!

About GJO ESQ

I am a concerned world citizen who wishes a sustainable existence for all life forms on our wonderful planet. I also compose and play music: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=840122, promote the Sustainability Street Approach, Transition and Permaculture principles as well as a progressive Australia exemplified by GetUp!: http://www.getup.org.au/
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