Analysis of Reflectors in Concentrated Solar Power Plants
Keywords:Solar energy, solar thermal energy, concentrating solar power, Linear Fresnel Reflector and Parabolic Trough.
Throughout comparing to limited in time fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas, solar energy is observed to be extremely appealing as a renewable energy source in the twenty-first century due to its unending supply and nonpolluting nature. Concentrating Solar Power is a type of renewable energy that uses the sun's energy to generate electricity and heat. CSP plants can be used for desalination and solar fuel production. Work more productively make up the majority of the applications. Solar Thermal Power Plants (STPPs) are large-scale renewable energy infrastructures that use heat generated by contracted solar beams. The main goal of this paper is to provide a comprehensive literature review on central solar receivers, as well as to investigate terms like solar thermal energy and concentrated solar plants.
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