Financing concentrating solar power in the Middle East and North Africa: Subsidy or investment?

@inproceedings{Trieb2011FinancingCS,
  title={Financing concentrating solar power in the Middle East and North Africa: Subsidy or investment?},
  author={Franz Trieb and Hans M{\"u}ller-Steinhagen and J{\"u}rgen Kern},
  year={2011}
}
The paper presents a strategy for the market introduction of concentrating solar power (CSP) plants in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) that will not require considerable subsidization and will not constitute a significant burden for electricity consumers in the region. In the first section, the paper explains the need of MENA countries for sustainable supply of electricity and calculates the cost of electricity for a model case country. In the second part, the cost development of… CONTINUE READING
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