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Thermoelectric solar activity

Thermoelectric solar energy consists of using solar radiation concentrated on a ground surface for heating a fluid that is then passed through a turbine for producing heat that will be used for generating mechanical energy, and from this, electricity.

Unlike the photovoltaic solar panels, the thermoelectric solar panels require heat, so that the siting of these panels in areas that statistically have more hours of solar radiation is essential.

At present, the volume of installed solar energy (both photovoltaic and thermoelectric), is greater than that of other renewable energy, such as eolic power.

As we said above, the objective of the P.R.E. is that in 2012, 12% of primary energy in Spain should be coming from renewable energies. To cover this objective, they have established that by 2010, 4,2 million square metres of thermoelectric solar panels should be installed.

 

  IBEREN RENOVABLES and thermoelectric solar activity

Various courses of activity are being developed in the field of promotion and R+D.

With regard to the technology to be applied, IBEREN RENOVABLES has the backup of a technologist and the experience of local associates.

 

 
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