• Estimated Global Solar Thermal Turnover in 2013: around EUR 18 billion

    Estimated Global Solar Thermal Turnover in 2013: around EUR 18 billion

    Solar heating and cooling is not really the most transparent sector regarding market and industry figures. There is no global solar heat industry council and companies around the globe are using quite different technologies and supply chains – which is exactly why all entities and...
  • Expression of Interest (2002)

    This proposal, prepared by Professor Dr. Ursula Eicker at the University of Applied Science Stuttgart in Germany, is set to establish Europe as the leading producer of solar thermal cooling technologies.  It describes what the main focuses of the research effort are,...

  • Construction of Solar Collectors for Warm Water – Practical Guide (2014)

    WECF,  Women of Europe for a Common Future, has published a practical guide explaining how to build a cheap and efficient solar water heating system, using local knowledge and materials and which can be used all year long. The document provides information on the different parts of a solar...

  • New Report on Heat Rejection Systems for Solar Cooling (2015)

    This report presents an overview of existing and novel concepts for heat rejection devices in solar cooling systems and recommends which heat rejection measures should be used under different boundary conditions (climate, system concept, etc.). Several components include a performance...

  • European Solar Days 2015, Europe

    The next European Solar Days will be celebrated from 1 to 15 May 2015 in several European countries. The campaign raises public awareness and involves several hundred thousand citizens at local level. Pioneer countries such as Austria, Germany, Switzerland, as well as others that successfully...
  • EU Sustainable Energy Week 2015, Europe

    The EU Sustainable Energy Week returns for its tenth edition. From 15 to 19 June 2015, 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 authorities...
  • POLYSOL Report Summary (2014)

    POLYSOL is an EU-funded project, which started in 2011 under the 7th Framework Programme for Research for SME’s, with the aim to develop a modular all-polymer solar thermal collector for domestic hot water preparation and space heating which could be an alternative to conventional...


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