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Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative (GSWH Project)

Solar Water Heaters in India: Market Assessment Studies and Surveys for Different Sectors and Demand Segments (2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on August 4, 2010

The objective of the report is to understand the solar water heating market, make projection for the expected demand until 2022 and generate policy inputs to help authorities tackle the possible obstacles.

This report was submitted by Greentech Knowledge Solutions to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and it is the result of the work carried out by the New Delhi consortium.

Example of Solar Water Heating System Installation in Mexico

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on July 20, 2010

This document produced in the framework of the the Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative (GSWH Project), reports the usage of solar water heating technologies in the soccer club Los Plumas de la UNAM in Mexico.

The installations were made in 1996 and have proved to be very efficient and successful. This document includes the technical characteristics of the equipments installed, the advantages, the savings, and maintenance requirements, among other details.

Albania: 75,000 m2 of Newly Installed Collector Area

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on December 29, 2009

Alongside the government, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) officially launched a solar water heater project in Albania, with its first workshop in Tirana on the 4th of December. The project titled “Country Program of Albania under the Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative” aims at installing 75,000 m² of new collector area in the country and supporting sustainable market growth targeting at annual sale figures of 20,000 m² by the end of the project in 2015.

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