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Producing hot water underneath natural slates

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 6, 2018
Castle in Ghent, BelgiumA state-of-the-art solar thermal system has been installed under the slate roof of a castle in Ghent, Belgium. Roll-bonded Thermoslate absorbers measuring 44 m² have been integrated into the space between the wooden trusses and natural slate tiles of the historic structure built in the 12th century and cannot be seen by visitors. The slates are a product by Spanish-based Cupa Pizarras, a member of the Renovating Historic Buildings Towards Zero Carbon research platform created by the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme, or IEA SHC. 
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