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Savings from Heating with Solar Air (2009)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on June 21, 2015

This document was created and published by Gerald van Decker of the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA). It provides information on what kind of savings can be expected from installing solar thermal air heating systems. For more information on solar thermal incentives please visit here.

Bard College Shines (2012)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on April 8, 2015

This case study was written by Gerhard Klier of EarthKind Solar. It details an installation project at Bard College in New York that was undertaken with funds from the Recovery Act.

Two solar thermal hot water heating systems were installed in residential dorms on campus, along with an advanced monitoring system. The grant from New York and the Recovery Act covered 90% of the installation costs. This installation is part of a larger commitment by Bard College to use utilize sustainable energy resources.

Challenge of the world market: “Europe is stuck with high installation costs”

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on March 22, 2011

 Panel discussion at SMEthermal 2011” “Competition on price” was one of the key questions of the panel discussion at the international conference SMEthermal 2011 in Berlin on 10 February. Representatives from the major solar thermal markets worldwide discussed the challenges of the world market among them (left to right): Hakan Alas, General Manager, Ezinç Metal (Turkey), Michael Hsu, CEO, Sunshore Solar Energy – Business Development Central Europe (Austria/China) and Lucio Mesquita, Managing Director, Thermosol Consulting (Canada/Brazil). SMEthermal is an annual one-day conference dedicated exclusively to manufacturing of collectors and tanks, new materials and process optimisation. There were 160 participants from 22 different at the event.
Photo: Solarpraxis AG / Therese Aufschlager

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