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  • 20th Symposium Solar Thermal Energy, Bad Staffelstein

    The 20th Symposium “Solar Thermal Technology” organized by the Eastbavarian Institute for Technology Transfer, OTTI e.V. takes place from 5 to 7 May 2010 at the former German monastery Banz, Bad Staffelstein.

    Main topics are the latest technical developments but also aspects of...
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  • Intersolar 2010, Munich

    Intersolar is the world's largest solar technology trade fair and the number one meeting point for everyone in the solar industry. Intersolar focuses on the Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal branches.

    In 2009, 1,414 exhibitors presented their products and services across 104,000 m2...

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  • 10th Forum Solarpraxis, Berlin

    The 10th Forum Solarpraxis will, following its well-proven approach, bring the players of the solar industry into contact with representatives from politics, the financial world, the press and the industry's suppliers. This leading industry conference will offer relevant and applicable talks on...
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  • Bluetec´s Expansion Plans: Coating Line for Aluminium Coils

    Bluetec´s Expansion Plans: Coating Line for Aluminium Coils

    Turning the first sod: The German coating specialist Bluetec GmbH & Co KG, based in Mid-Germany, is planning to convert 46,000 m2 of grain fields in Eberschütz into a building ground for a modern solar thermal factory next year. Photo: Bluetec

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  • Australian Solar Cooling Interest Group

    Australian Solar Cooling Interest Group

    Independent solar cooling specialists and lobbyists: Dr Paul Kohlenbach (left) initiated the Australian Solar Cooling Interest Group (ausSCIG) and Dr. Uli Jakob initiated the Green Chiller Association for Sorption Cooling e.V. in Europe. Together the two experts run the company Solem...

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  • Textured Solar Glass Made in Germany

    Textured Solar Glass Made in Germany

    Specialised in manufacturing solar glass: The new factory of Interfloat Corporation, near Berlin, is producing textured glass only, for manufacturers of solar thermal collectors, as well as photovoltaic modules.
    Photo: GMB Glasmanufaktur Brandenburg

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  • “There is an unbeatable Cost-Effectiveness“

    “There is an unbeatable Cost-Effectiveness“

    Volker Kallwellis, head of development department at Wagner & Co Solartechnik, Cölbe, Germany published the following statement in the international magazine Sun & Wind Energy 7/2009 about the advantages of flat plate collectors. Photo: Wagner & Co

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