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  • USA: Big Market for big Systems

    USA: Big Market for big Systems

    In October, German company PAW GmbH & Co. KG is going to introduce its big solar stations to the US market. Sales Manager Lars Bergmann has realised a trend towards big solar stations around the world, but more than anywhere in the US: turnover for the medium-size systems which PAW...

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  • SMEThermal 2012: Call for papers

    SMEThermal 2012: Call for papers

    The international conference SMEThermal is held in Berlin on 7 February 2012 already for the third time. The one-day event deals explicitly with process optimization, automation and new materials in the tank and collector industry. SMEThermal 2011 was a great success. 160 decision...

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  • Turkey: Solar Hot Water Systems supply 20,000 low-income Family Flats

    Turkey: Solar Hot Water Systems supply 20,000 low-income Family Flats

    Solar water heaters are gaining importance in Turkey's social housing projects: Over the last years, the country's Housing Development Administration (TOKI) has provided a total of 20,000 flats for low-income families with solar hot water. According to Munik Durak, these projects have, for...

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  • China: Micoe celebrates 10th Anniversary with 5,000 Guests

    China: Micoe celebrates 10th Anniversary with 5,000 Guests

    The 10-year anniversary of solar water heater manufacturer Micoe Solar Energy in China was accompanied by major news and events: The manufacturer, founded 2000 in Beijing, opened a new factory in the city of Luoyang in Henan province, at which it produces vacuum tubes with a new absorber...

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  • Eco-energy Labelling: Good Consensus for Solar Thermal Industry

    Eco-energy Labelling: Good Consensus for Solar Thermal Industry

     

    The European Solar Thermal Industry Federation is optimistic that the regulations for the energy labelling of dedicated water heaters in the framework of the Ecodesign Directive (2005/32/EC) are going to be adopted in good consensus in mid-2011. During the...

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  • USA: Low Expectations and a Shift towards Commercial Systems

    USA: Low Expectations and a Shift towards Commercial Systems

    Commercial applications have gained momentum in the US over the last two years. The system shown in the picture is a project by the The Leveredge company from Florida. The 223 m2 installation heats up to 15,000 litres per day.
    Photo: The Leveredge

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