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Germany: Solar District Heating Tenders with 3-Year Solar Yield Guarantee

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 27, 2015

And the winner is: Ritter XL Solar. The German large-scale turnkey system supplier was awarded the contract for a 1,422 m2 solar district heating field in the southern German town of Simmern. The solar thermal plant is part of a newly built district heating system which supplies the two communities Külz and Neuerkirch. 142 mostly residential buildings will be connected to a new, 100 % renewable heating network with a length of 5,700 m. The main heating source is a wood chip boiler, and the solar thermal system should deliver hot water over the summer months, as well as in spring and autumn. The installation of the collector field is planned for November and should take one month. It will be the largest solar collector field of Ritter XL in Germany.
Figure: Ritter XL Solar

Concentrated Solar Power as Part of European Energy Supply (2006)

Submitted by Hans Craen on May 7, 2009

This document from 2006 has been prepared by the Technical University of Delft - the Netherlands. The paper states that CSP is a way to ensure a more sustainable energy supply in the EU while contributing to the Kyoto targets.

First National Rebate Programme in China

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 30, 2009

The first national incentive programme for installing solar water heaters in China's rural areas has just been introduced. In April, solar thermal system suppliers could bid to become part of the national subsidy programme. The central government will then cover 13% of the investment costs of selected solar water heaters.

Ontario: Solar Home Systems on Lease

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on March 25, 2009

The financial obstacle of buying a solar water heating (SWH) system is an issue for almost every company or household. Reliance Home Comfort (RHC), based in Toronto, offers a special renting system for water heaters to overcome this issue. The Canadian supplier for water heaters responded last year to a Request for Proposal (RFP) from the federal government to direct the delivery channels for solar thermal systems.

Australia: Solar thermal power and desalination plant

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 17, 2008

The German Office for Foreign Trade (BFAI) offers a wide range of useful information about business opportunities including international tenders.

Country:              Australia

Activity:                Installation of cycle/solar thermal power and
                            water desalination plant

Buyer:                  n/a (self-financing)

Publication date:  August 15, 2008

Original Language:English

Tender in Pacific region: Delivery of 150 to 300 Solar Water Heaters

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on May 28, 2008

Country:                 Island Niue

City/Locality:           Alofi / five islands in the pacific

Activity:                   Delivery of 150 to 300 solar water heaters

Buyer:                     Government of Niue www.gov.nu

Financing:                European Development Fund (EDF)

Publication date:     28 August 2007

Deadline:                 16 August 2008

Project and Tender Calls

Submitted by Nigel Cotton on April 28, 2008

Project and tender calls are provided by third party organisations. This service intends to provide transparent access to leading country and institutional calls for tender for both business and institutions interested in solar thermal.

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