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    Arnaud Susplugas: Solar Award winner for a successful business model

    Congratulations - Arnaud Susplugas, CEO of the French-based third-party investor Kyotherm, has won the Solar Award 2019 during the SHC conference in Santiago de Chile. In the interview Susplugas explains his business model that encourages renewable heat technology suppliers to sign heat supply...
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  • Professor Klaus Vajen appointed president of ISES

    Professor Klaus Vajen appointed president of ISES

    The International Solar Energy Society has announced that Professor Klaus Vajen, Director of the Institute of Thermal Engineering at the University of Kassel, Germany, was elected as the society’s new president. When he starts his two-year term in January 2020, he will succeed Dr David...
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    Start of SHC/SWC 2019 in Chile

    As many as two Chilean government ministers welcomed attendees to the joint SHC 2019 and SWC 2019 conference in the capital of Santiago this week: Energy Minister Juan Carlos Jobet and Science Minister Andrés Couve. While it is rare to see high-ranking officials attend research conferences...
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  • Seasonal pit heat storage: Cost benchmark of 30 EUR/m³

    Seasonal pit heat storage: Cost benchmark of 30 EUR/m³

    Denmark has had a successful learning curve regarding to the cost and efficiency of seasonal pit heat storage, which is used to store sunlight in summer for heating purposes in winter. Take Sunstore 3, for example, a 60,000 m³ pit heat storage system built at a cost of 38 EUR/m³ of storage...
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  • SHC 2019: Solar award nominations and extended call for papers

    SHC 2019: Solar award nominations and extended call for papers

    The organisers of the SHC, the International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry, which will be held in November in Chile, have extended the deadline for submissions. Experts can now submit abstracts of up to three pages by Friday, 22 March. The first full...
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  • SHC 2019: Call for papers open until February

    SHC 2019: Call for papers open until February

    In 2019, the International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry (SHC) will again take place together with the ISES Solar World Congress (SWC). The events will be held in Chile’s vibrant capital, Santiago, from 4 to 7 November, accompanied by workshops and...
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    Webinar: SHC Market and Industry Trends 2017

    The next Solar Academy webinar on Tuesday 12 June 2018 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM CEST (Central European Summer Time) will highlight the key data and findings of the two most recent SHC market reports: Solar Heat Worldwide. Global Market Development and Trends in 2017 from IEA Solar...
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    IEA SHC Webinar: Cost reduction potential above 30 %

    The key takeaway from an IEA SHC Solar Academy webinar held on 14 March 2018: There is still much room for cost cuts along the entire solar thermal value chain. The webinar was organised jointly by the IEA Solar Heating & Cooling Programme’s Task 54 and the International Solar Energy...
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    SHC-focused conferences in 2018

    Currently, our 2018 calendar lists 57 events from all corners of the globe. Below is a summary of selected ones that put a clear focus on SHC.Photo: Masdar Institute at Khalifa University of Science and Technology 

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