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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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  • SolarTR 2016

    Turkey: Over 1,000 Professionals Attend SolarTR 2016

    The biannual SolarTR 2016 conference attracted more than 1,000 national and international solar energy stakeholders to Istanbul, Turkey, between 6 and 8 December 2016. The science- and technology-focused event showcased the development of PV technology across the country and around the...
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  • Events

    Conferences with Clear SHC Focus in Second Half of 2016

    Usually, the period between September and December is a popular time for holding conferences and fairs. This year is no different. Below, you will find a number of international events dedicated to solar heating and cooling in different corners of the globe. You can also go to the...
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    Kemal Gani Bayraktar at SHC 2015: Solar Thermal in Turkey

    What makes solar heating and cooling so important for Turkey? Find out in this video interview with Kemal Gani Bayraktar, president of the Turkish solar energy association GÜNDER and Technical Marketing Manager of Izocam. This video was recorded at the SHC 2015 conference in Istanbul by ...
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  • Meet Where the Continents Meet: SHC2015 in Istanbul

    Meet Where the Continents Meet: SHC2015 in Istanbul

    Two continents meet in Istanbul, in a metropolis of 15 million. More than 230 researchers and industry representatives from five continents used this strategic spot for their participation in SHC2015, a high-level conference which took place at the beginning of December and focused on...
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  • Turkey: Market Development 2015 and Forecast 2016

    Turkey: Market Development 2015 and Forecast 2016

    With 1.9 million m² of collector area newly installed in 2014 (1.33 GWth), Turkey was again the second-largest solar thermal market after China last year. The share of vacuum tube collectors had increased significantly over the years, but stagnated in 2014 at 44 % of...
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  • Turkey: Great Achievements with Little Policy Support

    Turkey: Great Achievements with Little Policy Support

    The interest in technology and market research on the solar heating and cooling sector is growing. The number of countries participating in the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (SHC) increased significantly over the last two years from 20 to 25 nations. One of the most recent...

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  • SHC 2015 in Turkey: Submit a Paper until 6 July

    SHC 2015 in Turkey: Submit a Paper until 6 July

    After San Francisco, Freiburg and Beijing, it is now Istanbul’s turn to host the next international conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry, SHC 2015, from 2 to 4 December 2015. This year, the IEA SHC is partnering with the European Solar Thermal Industry...
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  • Turkey: State Activities in Solar Thermal Market Difficult to Research

    Turkey: State Activities in Solar Thermal Market Difficult to Research

    Multi-family houses with central solar hot water systems, such as the ones on the photo, have become increasingly common in Turkey. According to the latest survey among collector manufacturers, which was carried out by German agency solrico, more than half of the larger Turkish companies...
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