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SHAAMS report: WP 4: The Regional State of the Art in Crete Region (2013)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on February 24, 2015

This report, published by SHAAMS, the Strategic Hubs for the Analysis and Acceleration of the Mediterranean Solar Sector, provides a general picture of the solar energy sector in Crete and makes a SWOT analyses.  It shares information on the regional solar policies and strategies already in place, on R&D projects and awareness campaigns.  With regards to solar thermal energy, the report says it is mainly used for hot water production in household buildings and in hotels.  There are very few applications in industry and agriculture.  New technologies, like solar thermal cooling and space

SHAAMS WP 4: The Regional State of the Art in Jordan Region

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on October 8, 2014

This report, published by SHAAMS, the Strategic Hubs for the Analysis and Acceleration of the Mediterranean Solar Sector, provides a general picture of the solar energy sector in Jordan and makes a SWOT analyses.  It shares information on the regional solar policies and strategies already in place, on R&D projects and awareness campaigns.  With regards to solar thermal energy, the report indicates that  

Solar Thermal Industry in Cape Verde. Potential Market (2009)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on February 5, 2013

The solar water heating in Cape Verde is practically inexistent. This master dissertation provides an overview of the current status of the country with a view of understanding the potential of solar thermal energy use in Cape Verde. The following market analysis tools are used: the Porter’s Five Forces, the National Diamond, the PESTLE analysis and the SWOT analysis.

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.

Status and Potentials of Renewable Energy Technologies in Lebanon and the Region (2007)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on June 16, 2010

This document released by Green Line Association, a Lebanese NGO, provides an overview of the renewable energies penetration in Lebanon and in surrounding countries (Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Syria).

In Lebanon, collective solar water heating (SWH) systems' installations have verified an annual increase rate of 24% since 2000, whereas in the past individual SWH systems were more common. The figures show that a decrease in the purchasing costs of the systems has been positive to the market.

Energy Cost and its Impact on Regulating the Buildings’ Energy Behaviour (2007)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on March 12, 2010

This research paper issued by the Laboratory of Heat Transfer and Environmental Engineering of the Aristotle University Thessaloniki relates to the historic evolution of energy building regulations.

High Temperature Solar Thermal Technology Roadmap (2008)

Submitted by Hans Craen on June 25, 2009

This technology roadmap from 2008 has been commissioned to identify goals and milestones for the research, development and demonstration of high temperature solar thermal (HTST) technology in Australia.

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