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Tessera Solar is developing, and will build, operate and own large-scale solar power plants across the United States and throughout the world.
Tessera Solar North America, headquartered in Houston, Texas and Tessera Solar International, based in London, United Kingdom, are exclusively responsible for the global deployment of the SunCatcher™ solar dish Stirling system, the solar electricity generation technology that is manufactured by our sister company SES Inc., headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
Tessera Solar is responsible for utility-scale solar projects and their complete development lifecycle, that spans technology sourcing to world scale deployment. Tessera Solar is developing, and will build, operate and own large-scale solar power plants across the United States and throughout the world.
Tessera Solar’s diverse team of power and technology experts have the project development know-how, technical understanding, financial expertise and policy understanding to successfully execute all stages of the project lifecycle of utility scale solar-thermal power plants. Our teams, comprised of business and finance leaders, project development experts, engineers, and policy experts, combine to deliver the broad range of skills and abilities needed to successfully develop these utility-scale solar power plants around the world.
The SunCatcher™ solar dish Stirling system is that solution. It is break-through Concentrating Solar-Thermal Power (CSP) electricity generating technology that has achieved the world’s highest efficiency in the renewable energy industry for converting solar-thermal power to grid-quality electricity, using a small fraction of the water needed by other CSP technologies, and offering the fastest cost pathway to fossil fuel parity.
The SunCatcher™ offers an innovative modular design that is easily deployed and cost–effectively scales with increasing electricity demands. With the two largest solar farms in the world scheduled to begin construction in California in 2010, Tessera Solar is about to change the way people think about solar energy and its future in world scale renewable energies.