News and Events Archive


Masen and Cleanergy step up their joint quest for low cost solar energy storage

The Masen­‐Cleanergy collaboration is now intensifying through new joint development agreement.

Masdar Institute and Cleanergy Partner in Research on Thermal Energy Storage for the Cleanergy Stirling CSP system

Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, which is part of the Khalifa University of Science and Technology, and the Swedish solar technology company Cleanergy have signed a service agreement to jointly engage in research on solutions for a Thermal Energy Storage (TES) system to integrate with Cleanergy’s Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Stirling-based solar electricity technology.

Masen and Cleanergy jointly work on a Stirling CSP system for Thermal Energy Storage

Renewable energy solutions that can deliver on-demand electricity and store energy when renewable resources are available is the key component for transition to a fossil free power generation.

CSP Eyes Strong Growth with Thermal Energy Storage to Compete Against PV

Concentrating solar power (CSP) has existed since 1866, but for the last couple of decades, photovoltaic (PV) has been the dominant solar technology. Now with technological advancements and energy storage, CSP is poised to make a significant comeback.

Masen visits Sweden to discuss collaborations with Sweden and Swedish CSP technology

Mr. Mustapha Bakkoury, President of Masen, visited Sweden to meet with Swedish Governmental Energy Agencies and Swedish Technology Provider, Cleanergy AB.

Cleanergy and Datang enter execution phase of multibillion SEK Stirling CSP project in China

Cleanergy AB in April this year signed an agreement with Datang Holdings New Energy Technologies Limited (“Datang”), a Chinese energy company now moving into large scale installations of solar power plants and energy storage. The agreement comprises of manufacturing, installation and development of Cleanergy’s state of the art Stirling Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) technology in China.

Final Report: New technology for combustion with low emissions of low-grade gas

The project 38709-1 "New technology for combustion with low emissions of low-grade gas from landfills or gasification" started in August 2014 and lasted for a period of 2 years. The project was carried out by employees of Cleanergy and was funded by the Energy Agency through Energiforsk.

Cleanergy at COP22 in Morocco

United Nation's climate change conference will take place in Marrakech November 7-18. Meet us there and experience the next generation of solar power.

Poland’s Deputy Minister of Energy visits the landfill site Rönneholm

A Polish delegation, headed by Poland's Deputy Minister of Energy, Andrzej Piotrowski, visited the landfill site Rönneholm, outside Eslöv in late May to look at Cleanergy`s GasBox installation.