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  • Slovenia: ECO Fund Issuing Grants and Low-interest Loans

    Slovenia: ECO Fund Issuing Grants and Low-interest Loans

    Franc Beravs, CEO of ECO Fund, Slovenia, is proud to support renewable energies: “If you plan to install a solar thermal system or a better insulation, you can choose between a low-interest loan and a non-refundable financial incentive.”

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  • Slowdown of the Solar Thermal Market in Germany

    Slowdown of the Solar Thermal Market in Germany

    The growth of the German solar thermal market is coming to halt – or even worse: The market statistics of the solar industry association BSW-Solar and the heating industry association BDH (BDH/BSI statistics) show a strong decrease during the summer months.
    Photo: Bärbel Epp...

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  • Mexico: 25,000 “Solar Roofs” Programme

    Mexico: 25,000 “Solar Roofs” Programme

    Small thermosiphon systems are in the focus point of the new 25,000 Solar Roofs Programme of the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) in Mexico.

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  • UK Carbon Trust Programme: Small Impact on Solar Thermal

    UK Carbon Trust Programme: Small Impact on Solar Thermal

    Yvonne and Stephen Mould wanted to lower the energy bill of their Hyne Town House, a South Devon residential care home, and used an interest-free Energy Efficiency Loan from the Carbon Trust among others for a solar thermal installation.

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  • “The Slowdown has Forced us to Increase our Efforts“

    “The Slowdown has Forced us to Increase our Efforts“

    Solar thermal businessmen from Spain: Julio Castro (right) and Angel Martínez founded the collector manufacturer Termicol Energía Solar, S.L. eight years ago and invest even in times of crisis.

    Photo: Termicol

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  • Commercial Solar Thermal Installations in South Africa

    Commercial Solar Thermal Installations in South Africa

    Showcasing a commercial solar application: 40 solar collectors on the roof of the Southern Sun Stay Easy Emalahleni Hotel in Witbank, South Africa, reduce the peak electricity load by 70 kW.

    Photo: Southern Sun

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