Sonnenkraft

  • Photo: Climate and Energy Fund

    Record participation at SDH 2018 in Graz

    The 5th International Solar District Heating Conference, which took place in Graz, Austria, in mid-April, brought together 350 experts from 33 countries. It had twice as many attendees as the previous one in Billund, Denmark, in 2016 and attracted representatives from several development...
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    Sonnenkraft, Holter and Tisun – the changing face of Austria’s industry

    Two strategic decisions taken by Austrian-based supplier Sonnenkraft in early 2018 have strengthened its position on the market. First, it secured an exclusive national distribution agreement with Holter, an Austrian wholesaler of heating equipment. Installers of Sonnenkraft equipment can...
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  • Denmark: New Arcon-Sunmark Focuses on Large-Scale Turnkey Installations

    Danish VKR Holding purchased collector manufacturer and turnkey system supplier Sunmark Solutions, also from Denmark, and incorporated the company into subsidiary Arcon Solar. The two firms have now merged to become Arcon-Sunmark, a direct subsidiary of VKR Holding and headquartered in...
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  • Austria: Robert Kanduth Buys Back 50 % Greenonetec Stake

    Danish Solarcap’s solar disinvestment strategy continues: In November 2014, the subsidiary of the Danish VKR Holding sold its 50 % share in Austrian collector manufacturer Greenonetec back to the founder, Robert Kanduth (see photo). Kanduth is an Austrian entrepreneur with...
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  • Colombia: New Law Promises Tax Incentives

    A new law has just provided the framework to offer renewable tax incentives in Colombia. The law will now be followed by a decree, which is expected to be finalised within less than a year and will specify the objectives and support measures for different renewable energy technologies....
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  • Austria/Europe: General Solar Systems and Sonnenkraft Management Buyout

    Since 1 January 2014, General Solar Systems (GSS), one of the biggest solar thermal system suppliers in Europe, has had a new owner: Together with Austrian investors, former GSS Financial Director Primus Spitzer took over the company from Danish Solarcap, a subsidiary of VKR Holding. The...
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  • Austria: Tough Competition in a Shrinking Market

    2012 meant shrinking sales figures in the Austrian solar thermal market for the third time in a row. Although most states have increased their subsidies for solar thermal, 2013 does not seem to get any better. Three companies went bankrupt within the last four months. Collector prices on...

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  • Industrial Perspectives in Solar (2012)

    This presentation - made by Sonnenkraft's Christian Sadler - examines recent develoments in the European solar thermal market, and looks forward to likely developments in the next years. It begins by highlighting thtat the heating sector accounted for 48% of the EU's energy...

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  • Finland: “Most of Them Think: We Don’t Have Enough Sunshine”

    The Finnish market for solar thermal technology is still in its infancy, but could offer a worthwhile potential. The solar radiation in southern Finland is only 10 to 15 % lower than in Northern Germany and the first domestic manufacturers have already presented collector solutions which...

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  • Romania: Signs of Recovery at Bucharest’s RomTherm

    The Romtherm, the international exhibition for heating, cooling and air conditioning, has become a meeting point for solar thermal system suppliers in Romania. Installation companies in the field of heating, cooling and renewable energies have greatly appreciated the trade fair. The 17th...

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