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Germany: Hamburg’s Eight-Year Large-Scale Solar Thermal Monitoring

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 4, 2014
HamburgSince 2006, the Solarzentrum Hamburg (translated as Solar Centre Hamburg) has been in charge of monitoring the city’s large-scale solar thermal plants. In 2013, this monitoring programme covered 77 plants with a total aperture area of 6,612 m². In December 2015, Solarzentrum Hamburg’s centralised control will end, after monitoring the last batch of systems which started their two years in the programme by the end of 2013. The two attached presentations in German summarise the 2012 and 2013 monitoring results.
Photos: Solarzentrum Hamburg
 

Germany: 2,200 m² Solar Thermal Installations on 22 Hamburg Mosques

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 1, 2014
mosque in HamburgAtherm Solartechnik, located in Oberhausen, Germany, has installed identical solar thermal plants, each of them with 100 m² of vacuum tube collector area, on 22 mosques and other buildings belonging to Hamburg’s Muslim community. The photo shows the city’s Centrum mosque, which has 1,500 members. The collector field on the photo was installed on the roof of the grocery shop, which is next to the mosque and is also run by German association Islamische Gemeinde Hamburg - Centrum-Moschee.
Photo: Atherm Solartechnik
 

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