MOSAIC presented at INPOWER worskhop

Outcomes of the MOSAIC project were presented during the workshop dedicated to the topic “Materials & Processes for Thermal Solar System”. Half-day online workshop was organized within the framework of  H2020 funded project IN POWER on 27 October 2020.

MOSAIC project results were presented through presentation by Cristobal Villasante (TEKNIKER) on the topic TEKNIKER’s approach to the technological challenges of CSP. 

Livestream from the presentation is available here

MOSAIC prototype construction report: 5th tower installed

After few month of break due to the COVID-19 pandemia, the MOSAIC prototype construction has restarted during June 2020 in Sanguesa (CENER). As you can see from the photo, all five towers have been successfully erected. At the moment, work onsite is focused on the tracking system and related support cables. In the coming months, we will update with the onsite construction development. Stay tune!

MOSAIC results in the Results Pack on Solar Heat for Power and Industry

An article related to the MOSAIC project results has been included in the Results Pack on Solar Heat for Power and Industry on Cordis: A Results Pack is a thematic collection of project results tailored to the needs of specialized audiences who can further exploit them. We are glad that MOSAIC concept has been selected for his potentially as exploitation results.

High-temperature solar receiver and thermal loop designed ready to be installed

After the COVID-19 break, MOSAIC consortium has restarted the the prototype implementation with the high-temperature solar receiver and thermal loop construction, as announced by CSP Aalborg in the Helioscop news. The project has just now reached an important milestone as the receiver and skid have reached their final destination in Sangüesa. Here the items will be lifted to their final position at the top of the central MOSAIC steel tower.

MOSAIC projects results published in ENERGIES and Helioscsp

Two important dissemination activities have been finalised in the last months: the peer-review paper “Low-Cost Solar Electricity Using Stationary Solar Fields; Technology Potential and Practical Implementation Challenges to Be Overcome. Outcomes from H2020 MOSAIC Project” have been published in February 2020 in ENERGIES to present the potentialities of the Low-Cost Solar Electricity Using Stationary Solar Fields. An important article “Outcomes from H2020 MOSAIC Project” has beenpublished in the Helioscsp specialised online magazine. More news related to MOSAIC results will come soon so stay tune!