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SunShot program, US Department of Energy

SUNSHOT

CONCENTRATING SOLAR

As part of the DOE SunShot program, Norwich Solar Technologies™ has been awarded several grants to develop its next-generation SunTrap™ solar field for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP). CSP has the advantage of built-in storage, allowing for truly dispatchable solar power. Norwich Solar Technologies is developing a low-cost high-performance parabolic trough solar field, highlighted by its SunTrap technology that allows high-temperature (>650 °C) efficient performance — dramatically improving performance while substantially reducing acquisition operation and maintenance (O&M) costs. More details on the program and the award can be found by clicking here.

National Science Foundation logo

NATIONAL

SCIENCE FOUNDATION

As part of the NSF SBIR program, Norwich Solar Technologies™, with researchers at the Thayer School of Engineering, was awarded a grant to develop a novel solar selective absorber coating and demonstrate a simple, cost-effective method for applying it to our receiver tubes. Our SunTrap™ receiver for parabolic trough CSP systems have the potential to dramatically improve performance while substantially reducing acquisition operation and maintenance (O&M) costs. More details on the program and the award can be found by clicking here.

Angeli Parvi, Dartmouth College

ANGELI

PARVI

In concert with the NSF SBIR Phase IB program, Norwich Solar Technologies™ has received private funding from Angeli Parvi to further strengthen its strong intellectual property and competitive position on its SunTrap™ project. Angeli Parvi (“little angels”) is a group of industry leaders that support Dartmouth College entrepreneurs.

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