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eSolar has engineered a paradigm shift in CSP technology, providing solar energy that is cost-competitive with fossil fuels. eSolar's technology utilizes small, flat mirrors to track the sun and reflect the sun's heat to a tower-mounted receiver to create steam. This steam powers a traditional turbine and generator to produce solar electricity.
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Rob Rogan, Senior VP of eSolar, leads a detailed tour of eSolar's technology and solar power plant as part of the Top 25 Green Tech Innovators Series. Watch video >
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eSolar's Sierra SunTower facility was selected to represent high-tech solar innovations as a backdrop location for Rabobank's international television commercial. Watch video >
eSolar - Cheap Solar Power
Bill Gross, founder and chairman of eSolar, explains how the company plans to make solar power as cheap as coal in the March/April 2010 issue of Technology Review, published by MIT. Watch video >
Sierra SunTower featured in national commercial
In search of a dramatic visual representation of cutting-edge technology, BDO Seidman chose eSolar's Sierra SunTower facility as the location for their latest national television commercial. Watch video >
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Bill Gross leads a tour through eSolar's Sierra SunTower facility located in Lancaster, CA. Watch video >
A Case for Renewable Energy in Davos
Bill Radke talks to Bill Gross about eSolar's eco-initiative building solar thermal plants in China and what message he wants to share at the World Economic Forum. Listen to audio >
eSolar Exhibits at WFES 2010
eSolar travels to Abu Dhabi for the 2010 World Future Energy Summit, the world's platform for sustainable future energy solutions. View photos >
The Technology Pioneers Program is the World Economic Forum's means of identifying and integrating those companies around the world that are involved in the design and development of new technologies and innovations ... Watch video >
The World Economic Forum names eSolar a Class of 2010 Technology Pioneer
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Solar Rising
Now is the time to capitalize on the tremendous potential of solar energy. eSolar's Rob Rogan envisions a bright solar future with a landscape dotted with unique models of solar success and freedom from fossil fuels. More >
eSolar unveiled the Sierra SunTower facility on August 5, 2009, at an event attended by more than 200 dignitaries and special guests, thus heralding a new era of low-cost solar energy. Watch video >
eSolar CEO Bill Gross is joined by more than 250 dignitaries and special guests at the official unveiling of Sierra SunTower – the only operating solar thermal power tower in the United States. View photos >
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Gary Breton Brings 20 Years of Global Operations Experience to eSolar Team

March 25, 2010  |  eSolar

In an interview with journalist Todd Woody, Bill talks about the future of solar energy, his relationship with Google, and how to avoid battles over building large solar farms in the deserts of the Southwest.

March 8, 2010  |  Fortune Magazine

eSolar is one of the top 50 startups in greentech announced by Greentech Media.

March 8, 2010  |  Greentech Media

eSolar is named as one of the Top 10 venture-backed, clean technology companies.

March 4, 2010  |  eSolar

eSolar and Ferrostaal AG announced a partnership today to deploy turnkey solar power plants in countries including Spain, the United Arab Emirates, and South Africa.

February 18, 2010  |  eSolar

Despite record growth in generating capacity, the industry is creating few employment opportunities overall.

February 2, 2010  |  Los Angeles Times

Rob Rogan of eSolar testifies before the US Senate's full committee and subcommittee on green jobs and the new economy.

January 28, 2010  |  eSolar

Bill Radke talks to Davos attendee Bill Gross, CEO of the Pasadena Company eSolar.

January 27, 2010  |  NPR

Some of the world's leaders in developing sustainable energy solutions gathered in Abu Dhabi to address the challenges of growing energy demand.

January 22, 2010  |  Time Magazine

ESolar, a builder of solar thermal equipment and plants, has landed what could be a $5 billion, 2-gigawatt deal in China, propelling it among the marquee names in solar, like First Solar and Solyndra. Not only is it breaking out of a pack of competitors, but also putting the U.S. on the map as a major solar thermal distributor.

January 11, 2010  |  VentureBeat

eSolar of Pasadena, Calif., signed an agreement to build solar thermal power plants in the Mongolian desert over the next decade.

January 11, 2010  |  grist

With this deal, eSolar now has a footprint in India, China, Africa and U.S. How did a company desperate for help a year ago go global in 12 months?

January 10, 2010  |  Greentech Media

The firm will provide technology and assistance in setting up a series of solar farms for China, in the nation's first big venture into solar thermal power production.

January 9, 2010  |  Los Angeles Times

Op-Ed Columnist THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN: At the end of the first decade, the most important thing to happen was not the Great Recession, but China's Green Leap Forward.

January 9, 2010  |  New York Times

2 GW to be Built Utilizing Technology Proven at the Sierra Power Plant.

January 8, 2010  |  eSolar

Award Honors Company's Innovation and Global Impact.

December 3, 2009  |  eSolar

eSolar's strategy of building relatively small-scale modular solar farms on privately owned agricultural land is also allowing it to avoid — so far — fights over endangered species that have slowed big solar power plants planned for federally owned land in the Mojave Desert.

August 6, 2009  |  Fortune Magazine

A picture was worth 24,000 mirrors when eSolar transformed a vast field of heliostats at its Southern California solar farm into a Fourth of July tableau of the American flag and the Statue of Liberty.

July 6, 2009  |  New York Times

Harnessing the terawatts of energy we get from the sun.

June 11, 2009  |  PopSci

eSolar has signed its second licensing and investment deal in as many weeks.

March 3, 2009  |  Earth2Tech
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