Drawing solar power after the sun goes down

12/28/2009 | NYTimes.com

One of the biggest questions when it comes to solar power is what happens when the sun goes down. Two new solar farms in the works from Santa Monica-based SolarReserve may be able to overcome that by capturing the sun's energy in molten salt and releasing the heat over night. The heat will drive a turbine, and the power will be sent to two California and Nevada-based utilities.

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