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  • Sweden: Multi-Family Buildings Use Low Return Temperatures to Optimise Solar Yield

    Sweden: Multi-Family Buildings Use Low Return Temperatures to Optimise Solar Yield

    A greater difference of supply and return temperature in a heating circuit increases the share of energy which can be utilised from a solar thermal system or another renewable energy source. With this in mind, Swedish company Alfa Laval developed the highly efficient heat interface unit...

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  • Europe: Grid Integration Poses Challenge for Solar District Heating

    Europe: Grid Integration Poses Challenge for Solar District Heating

    The first conference “Solar District Heating – Technical solutions, urban planning and business models” took place in the Swedish town of Malmö on 9 and 10 April 2013. It brought together 120 participants from 19 countries: manufacturers, district heating companies, scientists and...

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  • Denmark: Construction Start on Dronninglund’s Solar District Heating Plant

    Denmark: Construction Start on Dronninglund’s Solar District Heating Plant

    On 15 March, the excavators began their work for Denmark’s largest solar district heating project so far. The collector field in the town of Dronninglund, about 30 km northeast of Aalborg, will have an area of 35,000 m², but installing the collectors will only be the last step. First,...

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  • Sweden: Vacuum Tube Produces Heat and Cold Depending on Day or Night

    Sweden: Vacuum Tube Produces Heat and Cold Depending on Day or Night

    The latest development of Swedish Company ClimateWell is called CoolStore and can be integrated into a collector casing. ClimateWell offers this special vacuum tube, which produces heat or cold, to interested collector manufacturers. The former producer of absorption chillers has...

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  • Solar Action Plans in POLIS Cities (2010)

    This document is one of the deliverables of the EU-funded project POLIS - identification and mobilization of solar potentials via local strategies (2009-2012). The project aims at boosting the development of solar energy with regards to urban planning and decision making in six European...

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  • European Solar Days: Date Set for 2012 Campaign

    European Solar Days: Date Set for 2012 Campaign

    The next edition of the European Solar Days – a campaign of national events aimed at promoting the use of solar energy – will be held from 1 to 13 May 2012. The initiative now includes more than 20 participants from 16 countries, who gathered on 7 and 8 November in Prague for the second...

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  • Europe: Solar Keymark Scheme Rules for concentrating solar collectors

    Europe: Solar Keymark Scheme Rules for concentrating solar collectors

    During the meeting in Paris in October 2011, the Solar Keymark Network has accepted an extension of the Solar Keymark Scheme Rules. In the future, Solar Keymark will be available for both solar water heater stores and concentrating solar collectors. At the same meeting, the Solar Keymark...

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