Using reflects to concentrate solar power isn’t new, but now the tech can propagandize temperatures high enough to be used for manufacturing things such as steel and cement.
A conventional massive steel mill might ignite through 1.5 million metric tons of coal in its furnaces in a year. It hasn’t been possible to run that type of industrial process on renewable energy, because of the extremely hot temperatures required, originating nearly a quarter of global releases hard to eliminate. But new technology–which centralizes solar thermal exertion to 1,000 grades Celsius for the first time–could alter some of the most polluting industries, including steel, cement, and petrochemical production.
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