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International Energy Agency’s Solar Heating and Cooling Programme

Recommended Qualification Test Procedure for Solar Absorber Surface Durability (2004)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on March 18, 2011

This document consists of a recommended qualification procedure based on the results of work performed on solar collector absorber surfaces within the framework of the International Energy Agency Programme on Solar Heating and Cooling.

The document explains a set of recommended short term durability tests to be used in the qualification of absorber surfaces for the intended use in single glazed flat plate solar collectors for domestic hot water production.

Author: IEA SHC Programme

Date: 2004

USA: Second Workshop for Solar Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 11, 2011

 SHC Logo” The 2nd Workshop for Solar Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration, taking place in Las Vegas on 2 February, will bring together top experts from Europe and North America - among them Christian Holter, SOLID (Austria), Steve Hunter, Vanir Energy (California/US), Daniel Mugnier, TECSOL (France), and Tom Lopp, Power Partners, Athens (Georgia/US).

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