IEA SHC

  • Task 53 1

    Solar cooling increases annual solar fraction

    ng>Solar cooling could be an effective way to increase the annual solar fraction of domestic hot water production and prevent the solar system from overheating in summer. Under the aegis of the IEA Solar Heating & Cooling Programme, researchers from Task 53, New Generation Solar Cooling...
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  • Task 61

    Daylight and electric lighting: new research initiative

    The IEA Solar Heating & Cooling Programme has approved Task 61, a new research initiative concentrating on integrated daylight and electric lighting solutions. The task will tackle unresolved issues and challenges of a growing market which meets 19 % of the total electricity demand...
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  • Dualsun

    French PVT market is picking up

    The IEA’s Solar Heating and Cooling Programme will create its own international research platform on PVT systems in January 2018. Researchers and industry representatives from 13 countries so far will then start evaluating new PVT systems for HVAC solutions. This IEA SHC task, which is...
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  • Dr Gao BCA Singapore

    How to approach green construction in the tropical zone

    While nearly zero energy projects in Europe focus on reducing heat demand, green buildings in tropical Singapore require lower cooling loads. To study and discuss methods to meet cooling needs, construction and energy experts from all around the world met in Singapore in late October for a...
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    SHC 2017: Combining PV and Solar Thermal

    Combined photovoltaic and thermal solar modules (PVT) can produce heat and power at the same time. The Swiss research institute iedentified 53 companies selling this technology already. In Switzerland, about 300 projects are installed. Andreas Häberle explains what remains to be done for...
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    SHC 2017 / Jodie Roussel: Supporting PV Markets Worldwide

    The Global Solar Council works internationally for solar thermal, photovoltaics, storage technologies and digital energy solutions related to solar. Jodie Roussel explains why the legal framework is so crucial for solar to deliver cost-effective energy to the world.

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    SHC 2017 / Stephen White: Solar Cooling Technologies in Australia

    The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)in Australia is bringing solar cooling technologies to the market. For residential use, PV powered air conditioning is the technology of choice. For large scale applications such as hotels, solar thermal cooling technologies...

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    SHC 2017 / Cédric Philibert: Decarbonising the Heating and Industry Sector

    Decarbonisation of "energy" often only refers to the electricity sector. Cédric Philibert describes what can be done to decarbonise heating, transportation and the industry sector.

    This video was filmed during the Solar Heating and Cooling Conference (SHC 2017) in Abu Dhabi in November...

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    SHC 2017 / He Tao: Improving the Quality in China´s Solar Thermal Market

    With more than 400 million square meters of solar collector area, China is the largest market for solar water heaters in the world. Since the 1980ies, the country is working on setting up quality standards and testing labs. Today, 80 percent of the domestically produced solar thermal systems...

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    SHC 2017 / Jan Erik Nielsen: Global Solar Certification Network

    To enter new markets, solar thermal manufacturers need to test and certify their products according to the local standards. The Global Solar Certification Network enables them to complete several certification processes based on only one testing cycle. This saves a lot of money and time.

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