CSP Today Sevilla 2014, the 8th International Concentrated Solar Thermal Power Summit, took place at the convention center of NH Collection Seville hotel, from 12 to 13 November.
As a leading supplier in the solar segment, ArcelorMittal supports the move to clean energy by offering steel solutions which are sustainable, durable and 100% recyclable.
At CSP Today Sevilla 2014, on stand 21, ArcelorMittal presented Magnelis®, a metallic -zinc aluminium magnesium- coated steel with exceptional and unique characteristics in terms of corrosion resistance, even on cut edges, ideal for solar ground-mounted structures or CSP systems.
From products to tailor-made services, the ArcelorMittal Group is a global worldwide partner for any kind of solar project.
ArcelorMittal is strongly involved in research projects for the solutions of the future, such as PHOSTER, an international program aimed at developing a ready to plug BIPV roofing steel envelope based on green innovative technology and processes.
About CSP Today Sevilla 2014
Seville has always been a hub for the CSP industry, and as an event, CSP Today Sevilla has always reflected this by the high level of speakers and the high level networking available to participants.
This year, the 8th International Concentrated Solar Thermal Power Summit, along with Paddy Padmanathan (President & CEO of ACWA Power), José Alfonso Nebrera (CEO of ACS Cobra), and Armando Zuluaga (CEO of Abengoa Solar), the event featured the participation of some of the world’s foremost CSP experts from industry leading companies and institutions such as: Luis Crespo (ESTELA), Michael Geyer and Elisa Prieto (Abengoa Solar), Eduardo de la Hera (Cobra Energía), Juan Manuel Vizcaíno (TSK), Eduardo Zarza (Ciemat-PSA), Manuel Blanco (CSIRO) and more!
CSP Today Sevilla 2014 offered 20+ hours of the best networking in the industry with exclusive features such as the CSP Today Awards gala dinner which unites the CSP community in a celebration of the years´ achievements. Participants enjoyed the world’s largest CSP specific exhibition and could connect with the movers and shakers in the community.