In 1982, Sweden was the first country in the world to build large-scale thermal solar plants for district heating, resulting in high competence in building and running such systems.
Since then, solar collectors have become notably more efficient.
Both CSP and flat plate collectors can deliver temperatures from 60C up to 400 C, which matches most industrial processes. Up until today they have relied on cheap fossil fuels.
To change this, Superstate created the Industrial Solar concept, to outperform the outdated solutions, both in terms of efficiency and economy. Using existing, cutting-edge technology, the concept delivers a complete solution that is decidedly more sustainable, regardless of measurement.