Netherlands

  • Solar Thermal Power 2020: Exploiting the Heat from the Sun to Combat Climate Change (2003)

    This study is a product of a partnership between the European Solar Thermal Industry Association and Greenpeace.  It provides information on the current state of solar thermal technology, and develops a scenario for where the solar thermal market could be by the year 2020...

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  • 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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  • Cost-Effective Use of Solar Energy in East African Horticulture (2013)

    This brochure was published by the Consortium Green Farming, which consists of 25 Dutch companies active in the horticulture technologies and provides support to development projects in East Africa. The brochure is focusing on the demonstration project “Green Dutch Energy Solution; solar-...

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  • SOLAR Event 2015, Den Bosch

    The Solar Event is one of the biggest international trade shows for the solar energy sector in the Netherlands. With a broad and varied program and attention for innovation, the fair has gained an unmistakable status. 2015’s edition will take place in Den Bosch from 6 to 8 October....
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  • Germany: 2,200 m² Solar Thermal Installations on 22 Hamburg Mosques

    Atherm Solartechnik, located in Oberhausen, Germany, has installed identical solar thermal plants, each of them with 100 m² of vacuum tube collector area, on 22 mosques and other buildings belonging to Hamburg’s Muslim community. The photo shows the city’s Centrum mosque...
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  • Renewable Energies for Remote Areas and Islands (2012)

    The Renewable Energy Technology Deployment, a sub-group of the International Energy Agency with the mandate to accelerate the market introduction and deployment of renewable energy technologies, issued in 2012 a report on the possibility of deploying renewable energy technologies into remote...

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  • Germany: Dutch Solar Systems Set to Take Over Wagner

    Dutch Solar Systems (DSS), located in Enschede, is negotiating with the insolvency administrator, Markus Plathner, to take over German collector manufacturer Wagner & Co Solartechnik, as the Managing Director of the Dutch wholesaler and project planning company for...
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  • Netherlands: Energy Demand Reduced to 25 kWh/m²a in Just One Day

    In recent years, Roosendaal’s De Kroeven, the Dutch city’s district of terraced houses built in the 1960s (left photo), has radically changed not only its stone face but also its energy performance (right). Netherland’s largest passive-house retrofit project equipped...
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  • German Centrotec Sustainable: “Increasing international business“

    “The change at the top of Centrotec made the first quarter of 2014 an unusually turbulent one.” These were the words with which Guido A Krass (left), founder and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of German Centrotec Sustainable, started the annual shareholders´ meeting...
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  • SOLARevent, Den Bosch

    The Solar Event is one of the biggest international trade shows for the solar energy sector in the Netherlands. With a broad and varied program and attention for innovation, the fair has gained an unmistakable status. This year’s edition will take place in Den Bosch from 7 to 9 October....

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