ADEME, the French Agency for Environment and Energy Management, has published a guidance document on the requirements needed to benefit from state aids for the installation of collective solar thermal systems in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon. The programme grants financial aids for feasibility studies and for solar thermal installation in buildings with high domestic hot water needs, such as social housing, hospitals, hotels, swimming pools.
This brochure was published by the Consortium Green Farming, which consists of 25 Dutch companies active in the horticulture technologies and provides support to development projects in East Africa.
This presentation on the optimization of a low temperature solar district heating system was given by Canmet ENERGY at the 2nd International Solar District Heating Conference in Hamburg in June 2014. After a short introduction on Solar District Heating in Canada, the presentation focuses mainly on the only solar district heating site nationwide, named Drake Landing, and shares information on its capacity, performances and technology. The speaker also provides the results of a comparison study where domestic hot water is supplied by a standalone SDHW like th