Solar Furnace

Hat tip: Boing Boing. And here is an interesting interview with Bill Gross of eSolar who argues that information technology and modularity can be used to scale solar furnaces (by using cheaper mirrors combined with IT to focus the mirrors) in a way that panels cannot.

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