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Arontis Solar Concentrator Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Arontis Solar Concentrator founded?
Arontis Solar Concentrator was founded in 2007.
What is Arontis Solar Concentrator's latest funding round?
Arontis Solar Concentrator's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Arontis Solar Concentrator?
Investors of Arontis Solar Concentrator include Exoro Capital.
Who are Arontis Solar Concentrator's competitors?
Competitors of Arontis Solar Concentrator include BrightSource Energy, Entech Solar, Cool Energy, Xtreme Energetics, Meridian Deployment Corporation and 12 more.
Compare Arontis Solar Concentrator to Competitors
Regrid Power designs and aims to build solar photovoltaic systems - that is, systems that convert solar energy directly into electricity. If users are looking for systems that convert solar energy into heat (for example, to heat their pool or their shower via the sun), or if users are looking for systems that collect solar energy throughout the day and release it as heat during the night (passive solar), these systems are not the company's primary focus.
Ahura Energy, Inc., based in Saratoga, CA, is a developer of low cost, high efficiency multi-element solar concentrator systems for large scale thermal (CST) and photovoltaic (CPV) applications. The company is currently operating in stealth mode.
The Power-Spar is a high efficiency solar concentrator that can be configured for electricity, heat, cooling and/or lighting solutions. The Power-Spar system consists of a parabolic trough reflector which concentrates the sun's energy onto a modular absorber. The absorber converts the sun's energy to electricity (via high efficiency multi-sun photovoltaic cells), or to heat (via a patented absorption surface) or transports the light to the buildings' interior (via optical cabling). The system is designed for easy integration with heat recovery systems, turbines, thermal based chillers and geo-thermal solutions to maximize the thermal, electrical and lighting outputs. This efficient co-generation yields unprecedented dollar value. Capable of capturing up to 80% of the sun's energy, Power- Spar systems can reduce typical building energy bills by as much as 70%/year!
Solar Age aims to provide a 3000 square foot solar concentrator for concentrator photovoltaic electricity generation and for 100 to 1000 sun concentration solar thermal energy for.
Xtreme Energetics is developing stunningly beautiful, predominantly transparent optoelectronic solar products that can track and concentrate sunlight and convert it to electricity at twice the efficiency and half the cost of traditional, silicon-based solar panels. XE's technology is suitable for solar photovoltaic, solar thermal and natural daylighting installations.
Covalent is a, spawned from MIT targeting a dye-based luminescent solar concentrator without tracking or cooling. The system looks to use both triple junction and silicon cells and could have eventual BIPV applications.
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