Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation

  • SHC Solar Award: Five Finalists with Successful Support Policies

    Administrators of successful solar thermal support schemes are in the focus of this year’s Solar Award of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (IEA SHC). The jury has chosen five finalists, of which one will receive the SHC Solar Award during the IEA SHC’s joint conference with ISES...
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  • The National Energy Efficiency Action Plan for Lebanon NEEAP 2011-2015

    This report presents the national energy efficiency action plan (NEEAP) for Lebanon for the years 2011-2015. The action plan is presented in two different formats: Section 1- including the 14-initiative narrative NEEAP, and Section 2- including the tabulated format. The proposed NEEAP is also...

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  • Lebanon: Solar Thermal Included In Official Vocational Training

    Around 50 teachers took part in the Training of Trainers at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Beirut, Lebanon, at the end of March. The three-day course gathered teachers from most of the key institutions of vocational training in Lebanon in order to explain the new teaching material added to...
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  • Lebanon: Successful Installation of Testing Equipment

    The new test facility for solar thermal collectors at the Industrial Research Institute (IRI) in Beirut, Lebanon, is now in its warm-up phase: At present, the technical team is preparing the collector testing for the upcoming...

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  • Lebanon Launches First Qualification Programme in Middle East

    Lebanon’s National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP) from 2011 to 2015 bears first fruits. The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) has successfully implemented a prequalification scheme for solar water heater manufacturers and suppliers. The first prequalification...

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  • Solar Water Heating Companies Qualification (2012)

    This document outlines the Solar Water Heating Companies Qualification, a national certification and quality control system proposed by the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) in order to further develop the solar thermal market in Lebanon. Currently, there is a target for 140,000m2...

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