Insolvenzantrag von Solarhybrid eine überstürzte Panikreaktion ? Da
sammelt BrightSource mal so eben 200 Millionen Dollar ein und
Solarhybrid fällt von 8 auf 0,20 € und hat damit einen Börsenwert
von 1,4 Millionen Euro.
Das ist doch verrückt.
Entweder Solarhybrid Monster Rebound oder nur Rebound !
Published: Thursday, March 22 2012
Projects are perfectly placed to supply California
Several renewables developments are proposed near southern Nevada’s
Amargosa Valley solar zone, including a 150MW PV array by an
Iberdrola Renewables subsidiary and a 150MW Abengoa
Solar Millennium subsidiary Solar Trust of America also received
the go-ahead in late 2010 for the 500MW Amargosa Farm Road
parabolic-trough project. Solarhybrid acquired
insolvent Solar Millennium’s US portfolio last
Under the Valley Electric Association’s proposed link with the
California Independent System Operator, all of these projects would
be in position to be considered “in-state” for the purpose of
California’s renewable portfolio standard.
“California’s aggressive renewables targets will need to be met by
in-state as well as out-of-state resources,” says Iberdrola
Renewables spokesman Paul Copleman, “and as long as out-of-state
projects have appropriate transmission in California, then they
should be treated as high-quality resources.”
The biggest beneficiary of the VEA’s efforts to export power to
California looks to be BrightSource Energy.
The company is seeking a permit for the 500MW Hidden Hills
concentrating solar power-tower project, planned for private land
in an isolated area just inside California. But to get the power to
California utilities, transmission lines must be built heading east
into Nevada, where they would connect to existing transmission
going back into California.
The VEA has applied to the Bureau of Land Management to build a
500kV transmission line to serve Hidden Hills. Another BrightSource
development, the 750MW Sand Valley, southeast of Pahrump, southern
Nevada, would also be near this line.
VEA chief executive Thomas Husted says: “This was a great
opportunity for the utility to foster economic development by
building transmission lines that enable new generating plants.
“That adds tax base. It adds jobs. It fills homes that are empty.
So there were a lot of very good reasons that we would take this
position, and they happen to converge.”