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Solar District Heating Guidelines: Collection of Factsheets WP3 – D3.1 & D 3.2 (2012)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on April 3, 2015

This document, issued by the platform Solar District Heating (SDH) and supported by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union, gathers a series of factsheet aiming at helping those who plan to build a solar district plant.

Summary of Achievements for ProSTO project (2011)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on April 5, 2012

This document summarises the main achievements of ProSTO, an IEE funded project on the ‘best practice implementation of solar thermal obligations’. Implemented by Ambiente Italy, the project ran from 2008-2010 in five European countries (Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal Romania), with the general objective to ‘boost the use of solar thermal systems in the European countries by promoting an efficient implementation of solar thermal obligations (STOs)’.

Thermal Regulations and Energy Performance of Buildings – the French Case (2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on December 15, 2011

This is a presentation delivered by Enerplan during the “Setting up the Right Incentives to Boost Solar Thermal in Europe” webinar organized on November 30, 2010, within the framework of ProSTO project, funded through the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme.

Training Course on Solar District Heating (2011)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on November 23, 2011

This document comprises training material developed in the framework of the SDHtake-off project with the support of Intelligent Energy Europe Programme. It has been designed as a “pool” of information to be used by all training organizations. It gives a broad overview of the solar thermal technologies employed for district heating, their characteristics as well as the legislative and technical requirements that are applicable in the EU.

Success Factors in Solar District Heating (2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on October 31, 2011

The 'SDHtake-off - Solar District Heating in Europe' project is a EU-funded project (under the European Commission Programme IEE Intelligent Energy Europe)supporting the market rollout of solar district heating in Europe. It started on July 2009 and runs for a period of three years. This document is one of its deliverables, describing the development of SDH capacities in Europe as a result of the existing policies and incentives.

Solar Collectors: an Evaluation and Comparative Analysis of the Conditions of Bulgaria (2009)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on May 11, 2011

This is a document presented by Maya Stoyanova from the Bulgarian Center for Solar Energy, during the seminar “Sustainable development of buildings: solar energy and life cycle assessment of buildings”, organized with the support of the Intelligent Energy Europe programme, in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 2009.

Solar Process Heat SO-PRO (2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on October 18, 2010

This short presentation explains the SO-PRO Project which is being coordinated by the Energy Agency of Upper Austria (O.Ö. Energiesparverband).

The project, financed by Intelligent Energy Europe, will put in place market development activities (training, developing guidelines, information for industrial decision makers, etc) in six European regions, aimed at boosting solar process heat.

A Common Framework for a Coordinated/Harmonised Policy on Renewable Heating (2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on September 23, 2010

The present document was prepared in the framework of the RES-H Policy project (Policy development for improving RES-H/C penetration in European Member States).

The RES-H Policy project, supported by the European Commission through the IEE programme, has the objective of supporting EU Member States (Austria, Greece, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Poland and UK) in the implementation of the so-called RES 2020 Directive (2009/28/EC).

Best Practice Policies to Develop Renewable Heat Markets (2004)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on September 17, 2010

This document is one the deliverables of the REACT Project (renewable energy in action). The project aimed at developing innovative, nationally adapted policies and programs for a faster and more cost effective market introduction of renewable energies.

The report goes through the main RES technologies used for heating: solar thermal, biomass, geothermal and environmental heat. In 2002, biomass was the RES technology used for heating with higher penetration rate in the EU 15 (42%).

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