Industrial Solar

  • South Africa: Fresnel Collectors Keep It Cool in MTN’s Server Rooms

    South Africa: Fresnel Collectors Keep It Cool in MTN’s Server Rooms

    Since June 2014, a Fresnel collector field with 242 kWth has been feeding into the district cooling system of the MTN Group at its headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa. MTN, which has more than 200 million customers, as well as subsidiaries in 22 countries across Africa...
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  • German Centrotec Sustainable: “Increasing international business“

    German Centrotec Sustainable: “Increasing international business“

    “The change at the top of Centrotec made the first quarter of 2014 an unusually turbulent one.” These were the words with which Guido A Krass (left), founder and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of German Centrotec Sustainable, started the annual shareholders´ meeting...
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  • Germany: World Map of Solar Process Heat Collector Industry 2014

    Germany: World Map of Solar Process Heat Collector Industry 2014

    There is enormous demand for industrial heat in the temperature range between 100 and 250 °C all around the world, and solar thermal technologies are said to play an important role in covering this demand over the next decades. A joint project by magazine Sun & Wind Energy and...
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  • South Africa: Solar Thermal Experts Lecture at University of Pretoria

    South Africa: Solar Thermal Experts Lecture at University of Pretoria

    Learning from professionals: On 3 and 4 February 2014, solar thermal experts offered a specialist workshop on Solar Heat for Industrial Applications at the University of Pretoria. The 40 places for the workshop were exclusively limited to persons who had attended previous...
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    Christian Zahler, Industrial Solar, at SHC 2013

    This is an interview with Christian Zahler, Managing Director of the German company Industrial Solar. The interview was made during the SHC Conference in Freiburg, Germany, in September 2013. Christian Zahler speaks about the partnership with the Viessmann and the project SolSteam.

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