STE

(redirected from Solar thermal electricity)
AcronymDefinition
STESuite (US Postal Service)
STESaint (French)
STESociete (French: Society)
STESave the Earth (game)
STEScience, Technology and Engineering (various organizations)
STEStar Trek: Enterprise
STEScience and Technology Education
STEScience Teacher Education (journal)
STEST Segment Elevation (cardiology)
STESerial to Ethernet (computer servers)
STEStandard Test Equipment
STESystem Test Engineer
STESoftware Test Engineer
STEShort-Term Energy
STESemiconductor Test Equipment
STESenior Technical Editor
STESecondary Technical Education
STESpecial Test Equipment
STESynthetic Training Equipment (UK)
STEShort Term Extension
STESecure Terminal Equipment
STESolar Thermal Electricity
STEScsi Target Emulation
STESite Definition
STESignaling Terminal Equipment
STESolar Thermal Electric
STESecure Telephone Equipment
STESpanning Tree Explorer
STESoftware Test and Evaluation
STESpecial Touring Edition (Pontiac)
STESyrian Telecommunications Establishment
STESoftware Test Environment
STEStratosphere-Troposphere Exchange (geophysics)
STESharp Telecommunications of Europe, Ltd. (UK)
STESkin Tone Enhancer (various companies)
STEState Trading Enterprise
STESmall Tourism Enterprise (various locations)
STESimplified Technical English
STESociedad Tolkien Española (Spanish Tolkien Society)
STESection Terminating Equipment (SONET)
STEStraight Talk Express (John McCain's campaign bus)
STESciences et Techniques Educatives (French: Educational Science and Technology; journal)
STESystem Test and Evaluation
STESystem Test Equipment
STEStation de Traitement des Effluents (French: Effluent Treatment Plant)
STEState Transition Engine
STESupport & Test Equipment
STESegment Table Entry
STEShade Tree Engineer
STESafety through Engineering (New Carlisle, OH)
STESteelville Telephone Exchange (Missouri)
STESynthetic Task Environment
STESuprathermal Electron Telescope
STESimplified Test Equipment
STESpécifications Techniques d'Exploitation (French: Technical Operating Specifications)
STESignalling Terminal Exchange
STEShift Test Engineer
STESodium Chloride-Tris-EDTA
STESynthetic Training Environment
STESignaling Terminal Equipment (ITU-T)
STESurface Threat Emitter
STESpace Technology Enterprise
STEStaff-years of Technical Effort
STESurface Terminal Equipment
STESupergroup Translating Equipment
STEShipboard Test Equipment
STESecure Transmission Equipment
STESnyder Thorn Enterprises (Canadian company)
STESuper Transmittance Eyepiece
STEStability & Equilibrium Data
STESwitch Test Execution (Sprint)
STEStar Tracker Electronics
STEStochastic Taylor Expansion (mathematics)
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Solar thermal electricity technologies use fields of sun-tracking mirrors to concentrate sunlight onto a receiver.
Solar thermal electricity addresses a similar market to PV but must be used at large scale in order to obtain competitive costs.
Within 10 years solar thermal electricity generation will have the same potential as other renewables as regards the substitution of fossil fuels.
Other CSP proponents argue that solar thermal electricity is less of an environmental solution and more a national energy security insurance plan.
New report shows that solar thermal electricity could meet up to 6% of the worlds power needs by 2030 and 12% by 2050 while creating millions of jobs.
"It uses the CSP technology and parabola shapes means that solar thermal electricity is generated by focusing sunlight, concentrated by mirrors, reflects to heat a coolant which then generates high-pressure steam to drive a steam turbine," he said explaining how Shams 1 is different from other solar power projects.
The project will open the way for a new solar thermal electricity that is a better alternative to cylindrical-parabolic type commercial thermal power plants that are currently being built.
Solar thermal in Europe reached 2.1 gigawatts-thermal (GWth) of newly installed capacity (three million square metres of collector area) with a total capacity in operation of 13.5 GWth.aJose Alfonso Nebrera, president of European Solar Thermal Electricity Association (ESTELA), predicts that solar thermal power plants in southern Europe alone could contribute up to 30 GW by 2020.
At one time, Luz was producing most of the solar thermal electricity in the world.
The European Solar Thermal Electricity Association (ESTELA) has commenced operations at Renewable Energy House in Brussels just in time for the European Solar Days, on 16 and 17 May.
The newly-founded European Solar Thermal Electricity Association (ESTELA) has commenced operations at Renewable Energy House in Brussels just in time for the European Solar Days, on 16 and 17 May.
The $5.68 million research program is supported by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and is part of a broader collaboration with Abengoa Solar, the largest supplier of solar thermal electricity in the world.
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