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    Germany: Solar thermal loses out to other renewables

    2017 was the weakest year for solar thermal collector sales in more than a decade, according to the combined statistics by associations BDH and BSW-Solar. Their data reveals that only 78,000 systems were sold last year. The newly installed collector area added up to 625,000 m², down 16 %...
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  • Germany: Dutch Solar Systems Set to Take Over Wagner

    Dutch Solar Systems (DSS), located in Enschede, is negotiating with the insolvency administrator, Markus Plathner, to take over German collector manufacturer Wagner & Co Solartechnik, as the Managing Director of the Dutch wholesaler and project planning company for...
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  • Germany: Experts Analyse Solar Process Heat Market

    Solar thermal systems are able to meet a significant portion of the heating requirements in many industrial and commercial settings. This is one of the results of an expert workshop entitled The Emerging Market for Solar Process Heat, which was organised by German research institute...

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  • USA: Massachusetts Supports Commercial Solar Systems with up to USD 25,000

    In Massachusetts, a new support programme for large-scale solar thermal systems has come into effect recently. Building owners can now apply for grants of up to USD 25,000 (residential and commercial systems) or even USD 30,000 (systems on public buildings) thanks to the Commonwealth Solar...

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  • USA: Purchasing Agreement between USA Solar Store and Wagner

    Dave Bonta, Founder & President of US-American wholesaler USA Solar Store, has entered into a purchasing agreement with the US subsidiary of German collector manufacturer Wagner & Co. “We agreed to work with Wagner in purchasing a variety of collector systems and parts. Of...

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  • “There is an unbeatable Cost-Effectiveness“

    Volker Kallwellis, head of development department at Wagner & Co Solartechnik, Cölbe, Germany published the following statement in the international magazine Sun & Wind Energy 7/2009 about the advantages of flat plate collectors. Photo: Wagner & Co

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  • Comprehensive Testing of laser-welded Aluminium Absorbers

    Shock, deformation, solidness and corrosion tests of laser-welded absorbers are all described in the “mirotherm absorber fact book”. This book can serve as a best practice resource for testing standards of new absorber and collector panels in the sector. Photo: Alanod

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