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The builder of solar thermal projects blames "adverse market conditions" for its pulling the offering, which was expected to occur this week.
Solar-tower maker BrightSource plans its largest project yet, a 750-megawatt power plant in the California desert able to supply enough power for 300,000 homes.
Solar power plant seeks proposal to pack in more power per square foot with an updated design meant to address concerns over the environmental impact of utility-scale renewable energy systems.
Molten salt storage system will allow its solar power plants to deliver power reliably and into the evening, making solar more valuable to the grid.
The utility-scale solar thermal company seek to raise $250 million from IPO, testing the investors' appetite for its technology and risks in developing projects.
Large-scale Ivanpah solar project gets $168 million from Google and finalizes $1.6 billion Department of Energy loan guarantee for three utility-scale concentrating solar plants in California.
The island of Crete is building a 38-megwatt plant using BrightSource thermal solar technology.
The concentrating-solar power company plans to use $150 million to build 14 solar power plants in southwest U.S. and to expand internationally.
BrightSource Energy will add molten salt storage to upcoming concentrating solar power plants, touting the benefits of solar thermal technology over low-cost solar photovoltaic technology.
NRG Solar is teaming up with BrightSource Energy and plans to invest over $300 million to build the world's largest commercial solar thermal energy farm.