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Thermata's mission was to deploy the lowest cost, most accurate and flexible heliostat system in the industry. With core technology that enabled the development of a unique, aggressively low cost heliostat field, Thermata incorporated unique intellectual property using true closed loop heliostat sensing and control that eliminated the need for encoders, linear actuators, and other expensive components of more traditional heliostats. Thermata's assets were acquired by SolarReserve in 2012.
2012 (SolarReserve)
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