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China: Linuo Solar runs five Solar Glass Tubing Factories

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 28, 2009

glass tubing of Linuo Solar” The Chinese Linuo Solar Energy Group is the biggest solar tubing glass manufacturer worldwide – and is still growing at a fast rate: The group raised their production output by 70 % in 2008, produced 220,000 tons of borosilicate glass nationwide and sold the largest portion of it to the solar thermal industry. Photo: Linuo Solar

Washed Glass: 24-hour Just-in-Time Supply

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 24, 2009

Petraglas in Austria” Greenonetec in Austria is the first collector factory in Europe that has its own glass supplier next door. Petraglas set up a production unit just across the road. This is a model already standard in China, where the material suppliers are situated in the same industrial area as the collector manufacturers. Photo: Greenonetec

Baxi Group: US$ 3 million for a New Collector Production in Turkey

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 23, 2009

Laser welding machine” A modern Turkish collector factory: Baymak purchased a laser-welding machine as part of the new collector production unit at Istanbul. Photo: Baymak

Opening of the Kioto Collector Factory in Mexico

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 7, 2009

Kioto collector factory in Mexico” Thumbs up! Klaus Meier, general manager of Kioto S.A., Marlon Rechberger, sales director of Kioto S.A. and Robert Kanduth, chairman of the board of Kioto Clear Energy AG(from left to right), are satisfied with their new production unit in the Mexican city of El Salto (Guadalajara). Photo: Kioto

Strategic Partnerships for Turnkey Solar Collector Factories

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 24, 2009

Intersolar booth of SMI Sunrise” Premiere at the Intersolar fair in Munich, Germany: SMI from Italy and Sunrise from Greece publicly announced their strategic partnership, with the goal to offer turnkey machinery solutions to the solar thermal industry. Photo: Bärbel Epp

“We Were Clearly in Need of the Incentive Programme”

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 22, 2009

 Manuel Collares-Pereira from Aosol” spoke with Manuel Collares-Pereira,  R&D director of the Portuguese collector manufacturer Aosol, about the development of his company and the Portuguese solar thermal incentive programme. Photo: Aosol

“China is a Very Good Market for Flat Plate Collectors”

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 18, 2009

 Jiao Qingtai  of Sunrain” spoke with Jiao Qingtai, vice president of the Chinese collector manufacturer Sunrain Solar Energy Co., at the Intersolar in Munich at the end of May about the advantages and disadvantages of vacuum tube versus flat plate collectors. Photo: Bärbel Epp

Solar-powered mobile sanitary Container for United Nations

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on June 16, 2009

 solahart SWH for UN sanitary facility” Mobile sanitary container for trouble spots around the world: A thermosiphon system from Australia's collector manufacturer Solahart supplies the emergency accommodation with hot water by the sun. Photo: Solahart

Webinar: BSRIA World Market Overview- Recording and Slides

Submitted by Nigel Cotton on April 30, 2009

Registration: Closed Title: WORLD MARKET OVERVIEW OF SOLAR THERMAL by region Time: 15:00 hours Brussels time Speaker: Andrew Giles (Bsria) Abstract: BSRIA will provide an independent view of the global market, technology trends, market drivers, impact of European and local legislation. We will also look at market forecasts, major players and strategies market shares and distribution changes.


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