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    Top District Heating Countries – Euroheat & Power 2015 Survey Analysis

    Solar district heating has enjoyed increasing attention from all across Europe and China, triggered by Denmark’s enormous growth rates in the field. Until the end of last year, the Scandinavian country had seen 577 MW of solar thermal power fed into 79 district heating networks mostly run...
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  • IEA SHC: Levelised Cost of Heat and the Calculations behind It

    IEA SHC: Levelised Cost of Heat and the Calculations behind It

    The main objective of IEA SHC Task 52, Solar Thermal in Energy Supply Systems in Urban Environments, is to call attention to both the technical and economic aspects of solar heating and cooling usage in densely populated urban areas. Urban planners and commercial clients want to...
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    Brussels: Travel Where Politics and Funding Meet

    The organiser of the two day conference Solar Thermal Energy for Europe 2020 is inviting stakeholders from the industry and solar heating and cooling researchers to Brussels, Belgium, on 24 and 25 May to offer them first-hand information on Horizon 2020 calls, an exchange of ideas and...
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    Europe: Solar Thermal Is Best-Known Renewable Heating Technology

    As part of EU project Fair RHC Options and Trade (FROnT), customers from the residential, non-residential and industrial sector were asked about the key points factoring into their decision on a heating or cooling system. In all sectors, solar thermal was the most widely known renewable...
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  • Certification – A Marketing Tool for Solar Thermal Energy Professionals

    Certification – A Marketing Tool for Solar Thermal Energy Professionals

    To have a solar thermal system on the roof of one’s home may be a good thing if it does work well. But the probability that solar water heaters perform as they should and as long as they are supposed to is higher when they are installed by real experts familiar with the best practices of...
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  • Europe: Solar Keymark Network to Improve Complaint Procedures

    Europe: Solar Keymark Network to Improve Complaint Procedures

    The Solar Keymark Network has decided to establish a working group in order to revise and improve the complaint procedures and put them into one document, as they have so far been described in several different papers and various articles: The Solar Keymark Scheme Rules, Article 2.2,...
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  • Europe: Strategy on Heating and Cooling Launches in February 2016

    Europe: Strategy on Heating and Cooling Launches in February 2016

    The publication of the EU Strategy on Heating and Cooling (Heat Strategy) is now scheduled for February 2016, when it will be published as part of the winter (legislative) package comprising a revised Security of Gas Supply Regulation and an EU strategy for liquefied natural gas. The...
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  • European Union Sustainable Energy Week

    The EU Sustainable Energy Week returns for its eleventh edition. From 13 to 17 June 2016, the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) will take place in Brussels and across Europe. Launched in 2006 as an initiative of the European Commission, the EUSEW has become a reference point for public...
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