concentrated solar power -SkyFuel + US Digital: Highlighting Concentrated Solar Power

January 7, 2013 – 3:25 pm

U.S. ** Digital SkyFuel visit, a concentrating solar power plant, and highlights their SkyTrough presenting ReflecTech and the U.S. Digital T7 Inclinometer. Video Rating: 4 / 5

** (April 4, 2011) Thomas Mancini, Concentrated Solar Power Manager at Sandia National Laboratories, discusses the state of the art technology of utility-scale concentrated solar power and explores various distributions currently operating or planned for construction around the world. Stanford University www.stanford.edu Concentrated Solar Power at Sandia National Laboratories http Stanford Energy Seminar energyseminar.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube http Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 29 Responses to “concentrated solar power -SkyFuel + US Digital: Highlighting Concentrated Solar Power”

  2. why not re-inventions of Tesla?
    

    By noua era on Jan 7, 2013

  3. Can I use some parts of your video clip for the UNEP 25th anniversary Montreal Protocol global youth video competition?
    (I will do include the citation)

    By 29BaseballBoy on Jan 7, 2013

  4. Where i can buy this ?

    By Alucard106 on Jan 7, 2013

  5. very nice
    the right way to use solar energy !

    By pipelasercutting on Jan 7, 2013

  6. Actually Austrialia is one place where solar power (if the industry to build the solar power plants) is developed inteligently, it will be cost competitive. However few serious industrial companies are building it right now. Its more of large scale R&D.

    By 52111centrumcz on Jan 7, 2013

  7. Well indeed, as long as they keep people in the dark n get their tax $ … I don’t believe in the global warming non-sense. God bless

    By Frewer He on Jan 7, 2013

  8. 55:00 .. the questioner….wtf? Anyone understand the question he poses?

    By 52111centrumcz on Jan 7, 2013

  9. They’re too busy liking koala washing videos…

    By 52111centrumcz on Jan 7, 2013

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  13. great video! thank you for sharing this

    By BeatMakersHQ on Jan 7, 2013

  14. Thanks so much for all the fascinating videos, Stanford. :) 

    By Graeme Wolfendale on Jan 7, 2013

  15. Wow. This is the best and most informative segment I’ve ever heard relative to Concentrated Solar Power. Thank you so much. I hope you don’t mind that I’m sharing this.

    By ebannaw on Jan 7, 2013

  16. This is an excellent overview video on methods to collect solar power. Thanks to Stanford Univ. and the Sandia National Laboratories for making the information available to Society.
    Don Gerhardt – Danville VA Community College – Regional Center for Advanced Technology and Training

    By Gerhardtdj on Jan 7, 2013

  17. u know what the sad thing is ? 5090 views, way less than cat, dog vids. Some tech in 1990s, yet havent arrive in Australia. However the tree hugging part here always nagging about global warming …

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  27. My country, here in Asia, we also have that kind of technology.

    By Brian Estremos on Jan 8, 2013

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    By Brian Estremos on Jan 8, 2013

  29. Thanks Stanford for sharing lots on useful information to students like us who wants to learn a lot from different fields.

    By agapitoflores001 on Jan 8, 2013

  30. Excellent video, fascinating subject. Thank you Stanford!

    By DC9848 on Jan 8, 2013

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