Netherlands

  • District Heating Workshop Netherlands

    Netherlands: Solar Thermal Benefits from SDE+ Solar Heat Tariff

    In the Netherlands, solar district heating plants with a capacity of 140 kWth or above can benefit from a feed-in tariff scheme called SDE+, which pays a certain amount per kWh of energy. Under the scheme, operators of renewable energy plants can apply for a subsidy to bridge the...
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  • IEA SHC Task 53

    IEA SHC Task 53: Innovative Solar Cooling Systems

    The biggest challenge for a small market like the solar cooling one – which has still a long way to go – is how to reduce system costs. One way to achieve this objective besides increasing market volume is standardisation. Companies from around the globe have responded to the challenge by...
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  • Energie 2017, Den Bosch

    Energie is one of the largest live events in the Netherlands on energy-saving technology and sustainable energy. Whether it concerns a specific improvement or an integral approach, from reducing energy consumption to stricter purchasing policies, Energie is the place to be. With a broad and varied...
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  • Bore Hole Storage

    TASK 45 / 55: Guidelines on How to Design Seasonal Storage

    Seasonal storage is a key component in the transformation of today’s energy industry. Besides storing energy in summer for heating in winter, it can also be used to save waste heat from the industry and to increase the electricity production from biomass CHP plants. Experiences gathered...
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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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  • Norway Aventa

    IEA SHC: Task 56 Kick-Off Meeting on Building Integrated Solar

    Almost 30 experts from 25 partner organisations met in Bolzano, Italy, on 21 and 22 March for the kick-off meeting of IEA SHC Task 56, Building Integrated Solar Envelope Systems for HVAC and Lighting. The overall goal of the task is to find out “why some ways of solar integration...
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  • Energie 2016, Den Bosch

    Energie is one of the largest live events in the Netherlands on energy-saving technology and sustainable energy. Whether it concerns a specific improvement or an integral approach, from reducing energy consumption to stricter purchasing policies, Energie is the place to be. With a broad and varied...
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  • Solar Cooling: From Research to Market Competitiveness

    Solar Cooling: From Research to Market Competitiveness

    Diligent research on small scale low-temperature chillers, the launch of a new generation of compact solar cooling units and large-scale plants able to compete economically with conventional cooling solutions: These are just some of the main trends which were discussed during the 6...
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  • Netherlands: Ambitious Targets for Sluggish Market

    Netherlands: Ambitious Targets for Sluggish Market

    The newly installed collector area in the Netherlands has not grown by a significant margin since 2011, and it even decreased slightly in 2013 (see the chart on the left). According to the Dutch industry association Holland Solar, this is to be considered a fair outcome, as the number of...
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  • Solar Days 2015: Individual Schedules in Eight Countries

    Solar Days 2015: Individual Schedules in Eight Countries

    The European Solar Days (ESD) seem to have lost some momentum. Since the European Union stopped co-financing the ESD, it seems that several national partners among the so far more than 20 participating countries have found it harder to get monetary support for their work and all of the...
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