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Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2018, Bangkok

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 11, 2017
The Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2018 will take place in Bangkok from 6 to 9 June. The trade fair covers all areas of tapping, storage and distribution of energy from renewable sources and is considered as a platform for the entire Southeast Asian region. Parallel to the fair conferences and seminars inform about the current status, future prospects and investment opportunities in the energy sector in the ASEAN region.
 

Pakistan: UNIDO Suggests Policies for Renewables in Industrial Applications

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 27, 2017
At the request of the Pakistani government, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has launched a project titled Sustainable Energy Initiative for Industries in Pakistan to promote the adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and services in Pakistan’s industries. But despite the country’s great energy demand and huge solar potential, the study says little about solar thermal usage 
 

Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2017, Bangkok

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 21, 2016
The Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2017 will take place in Bangkok from 7 to 10 June. The trade fair covers all areas of tapping, storage and distribution of energy from renewable sources and is considered as a platform for the entire Southeast Asian region. Parallel to the fair conferences and seminars inform about the current status, future prospects and investment opportunities in the energy sector in the ASEAN region.
 

Germany/Belgium: Container Solutions to Standardise Commercial Solar Thermal Systems

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on February 2, 2016
Aschoff SolarStandardisation and prefabrication of solar thermal systems remains key to the delivery of high quality, cost-optimised solutions. Solar pumping and refilling stations attached to and insulated with the storage tank have already been standard in residential systems in Central Europe. Current developments from German system supplier Aschoff Solar and Belgium system supplier Sunoptimo show that prefabricated solutions are also possible for large-scale, commercial systems between 50 m² and 2,000 m² of collector area. Both companies use containers equipped with a storage tank and all other hydraulic components. The photo shows the most current installation of Aschoff Solar at the Severin Sea Lodge in Mombasa, Kenya. The 260 m² vacuum tube installation on the roof provides hot water for the guest and staff lodges, with one container including the storage tank and the hydraulic.
Photos: Aschoff Solar

Renewable Energy Asia 2016, Bangkok

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 31, 2015
As part of the ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2016 Renewable Energy Asia 2016 will take place in Bangkok from 1 to 4 June. The trade fair covers all areas of tapping, storage and distribution of energy from renewable sources and is considered as a platform for the entire Southeast Asian region. Parallel to the fair conferences and seminars inform about the current status, future prospects and investment opportunities in the energy sector in the ASEAN region. 
 

Solar Thermal in Industries: Status and Perspectives (2012)

Submitted by Francesco Gattiglio on January 30, 2015

This presentation was made by Werner B. Koldehoff at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) workshop "Solar Thermal Thailand" held in Berlin on March 2012. It presents the status of solar thermal industry in Germany and worldwide to analyse the potential develoment of the industry in Thailand. 

Renewable Energy Asia 2015, Bangkok

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 9, 2014

Renewable Energy Asia 2015 will take place in Bangkok from 10 to 13 June. The trade fair covers all areas of tapping, storage and distribution of energy from renewable sources and is considered as a platform for the entire Southeast Asian region. Parallel to the fair conferences and seminars inform about the current status, future prospects and investment opportunities in the energy sector in the ASEAN region.

Thailand: Ministry of Energy Extends Incentive Programme until 2021

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on February 2, 2014
Thailand’s solar water heater subsidy programme, which started in 2008, will continue until 2021. The subsidy will gradually decrease from currently 25% of the investment costs to 15% in 2017. The programme is part of Thailand’s revised Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP), which was presented by Kulwaree Buranasajjawaraporn, Director of the solar energy section’s Innovation Group at the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE), during the Thai-German Technology Conference in Bangkok in October 2013. The table shows the annual target figure and the results of the DEDE subsidy scheme and was taken from the presentation of Mrs Buranasajjawaraporn.
Source: DEDE

Renewable Energy Asia 2014, Bangkok

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 9, 2013

Renewable Energy Asia 2014 will take place in Bangkok from 4 to 7 June. The trade fair covers all areas of tapping, storage and distribution of energy from renewable sources and is considered as a platform for the entire Southeast Asian region. Parallel to the fair conferences and seminars inform about the current status, future prospects and investment opportunities in the energy sector in the ASEAN region.

Thailand / Brazil / Central America: Business Trips for German Stakeholders

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 23, 2013

Countries in Southeast Asia have big plans for solar energy. Thailand’s government in particular knows precisely how its future energy and environment policies should look like. It has pledged to both expand the use of renewables and improve energy efficiency across the nation. Until 2021, the government aims at a share of 25 % from renewable sources, while decreasing the total energy consumption by up to 20 % compared to 2005. These are some of the figures presented at the information meeting “Solarthermie in Industrie und Gewerbe in Thailand: Potentiale für deutsche Unternehmen” (translated as “Solar thermal in Thailand’s industry and trade: Potential for German companies”), which the Agency for International Cooperation, GIZ, held in Berlin, Germany, at the beginning of March. The GIZ also supports a business trip, which will take place from 27 to 31 May this year. The trip for German entrepreneurs is organised in cooperation with the German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (AHK Thailand). The photo shows the installation of a large-scale solar thermal plant in Thailand.
Photo: Aschoff Solar

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