One of the main problems in solar energy has been how to store generated energy for use when the sun isn’t shining. Molten salt has been proposed as a potential solution due to the fact that it retains thermal energy over long periods of time and can interface effectively with steam turbines, meaning it could be cost-effective to use. Salt is readily available and totally green which increases its appeal for this sort of application. Right now a solar energy facility that utilizes molten salt is about to be built in Alcazar de San Juan, Spain, by SolarReserve, a U.S.-based company.
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