A concentrated solar power generation technology that concentrates the absorbed sunlight on the top of the tower, heats the heat transfer working medium to generate electricity, does not require a pipeline transmission system, reduces heat loss, high system efficiency, and facilitates heat storage. The working medium of the tower can be air, water or water vapor, and molten salt.
The tower heliostat is one of the key components of the central tower power station. The tower heliostat is a concentrator composed of a flat reflector, a mirror frame (support structure), a tracking transmission mechanism and its control system device. Tower power generation technology uses numerous arrays of uniaxially rotatable flat mirrors to track the sun and focus the reflected sunlight onto a heat absorber fixed at the top of the tower to generate high temperature, which in turn drives turbine power generation。