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Call for Abstracts: Second International Solar District Heating Conference in Hamburg, Germany

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 17, 2014
The second International Solar District Heating Conference invites market actors and experts on the topic to Hamburg, Germany, on 3 and 4 June 2014 to offer an exchange of experiences, as well as networking opportunities at an international level. The SDH 2014 Call for Abstracts has just commenced: Solar professionals are welcome to submit their presentation proposals for the conference before 14 February 2014. The photo shows participants of last year’s conference having joined the technical tour around the so-called Bo01 Sustainable City Development area at the Western Harbour in Malmö, Sweden, at which solar heat is fed into the city’s district heating network. The first conference on solar district heating in April 2013 sparked great international interest and attracted 120 participants from 19 countries.
Photo: Solites

Austria: Solar District Heating Workshop and Plant Visit Tour

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 26, 2011

SDH Logo” Solar District Heating (SDH) is making its first step into the market. According to the website of IEE project “SDHtake-off - Solar District Heating in Europe”, experts estimate a long-term potential for solar district heat of 5% and an annual solar heat production of roughly 30 TWhth. From 16 to 17 March 2011, the initiators of the SDHtake-off will hold a Workshop and Plant Visit Tour on solar district heating. The event will take place in Graz, Austria.

EU Project: Introducing Solar District Heating to the Market

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 24, 2009

 EU project SDHtake-off” 18 experts from twelve different institutions and associations met in Stuttgart, Germany, to launch the EU project SDHtake-off. This team is to develop and introduce a new approach and new instruments for a Europe-wide market introduction of solar district heating.
Photo: Solites

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