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  • Professor Klaus Vajen appointed president of ISES

    Professor Klaus Vajen appointed president of ISES

    The International Solar Energy Society has announced that Professor Klaus Vajen, Director of the Institute of Thermal Engineering at the University of Kassel, Germany, was elected as the society’s new president. When he starts his two-year term in January 2020, he will succeed Dr David...
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  • Sales increased in 10 of the key markets 2018

    Sales increased in 10 of the key markets 2018

    Approximately 33.3 GWth of new solar thermal capacity was commissioned in 2018, increasing total global capacity by 2 % to around 480 GWth. China accounted for about 74 % of global additions, followed by Turkey, Brazil and the United States. While China’s gross...
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  • The versatility of concentrating collectors

    The versatility of concentrating collectors

    By the end of 2018, more than 500,000 m² of concentrating collector area had been installed globally to provide heat for large commercial and industrial facilities. The biggest installations were started up in China and Australia in 2016 and in Oman in 2017, while a notable number of small...
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  • IRENEC 2020, Istanbul

    IRENEC 2020 the 10th International 100% Renewable Energy Conference will be held from 15 to 17 April in Istanbul, Turkey. EUROSOLAR Turkey, the Turkish Section of European Association for Renewable Energies, in line with the vision of the Association, is organising the every year event to set up an...
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  • World’s largest flat plate collector manufacturers in 2018

    World’s largest flat plate collector manufacturers in 2018

    2018 saw much consolidation in the global collector industry. In spite of a shrinking market around the world, however, the largest flat plate collector manufacturers managed to increase production output by 7 %. Their success was due to steadily growing sales in China and the bright...
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  • Solarex Istanbul 2020, Istanbul

    Solarex Istanbul International Solar Energy and Technologies Fair 2020 will take place at Istanbul Expo Center from 2 to 4 April 2020. The exhibition to be organised with the support of Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources will be attended by many local and foreign solar energy company...
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  • Remote control cuts energy bill

    Remote control cuts energy bill

    The heating industry is becoming increasingly digital, as evidenced by several new types of remote-control devices that were on display in the Energy halls of this year’s ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for bathroom design, building services, HVAC systems and renewable energy. The event...
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  • 1 million m2 collectors produced in Konya, Turkey

    1 million m2 collectors produced in Konya, Turkey

    The Turkish solar thermal manufacturer Solimpeks announced to have produced 1 million m2 of collector area in its 17 years of company history. In a press release from the beginning of June it says that Solimpeks exports to 70 countries across the globe. The company reached place...
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  • IRENEC 2019, Istanbul

    IRENEC 2019 the 9th International 100% Renewable Energy Conference will be held from 24 to 26 April in Istanbul, Turkey. EUROSOLAR Turkey, the Turkish Section of European Association for Renewable Energies, in line with the vision of the Association, is organising the every year event to set up an...
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  • collector labels Solergy (left) and Solar Keymark (centre top) as well as the EU Energy Efficiency label (right)

    Three labels in Europe – what are the differences?

    Labels and trademarks should give the end-consumer a clear feedback on the quality and performance of the labelled product. Currently there are three labels available for solar products or solar assisted heating systems in Europe, so there is an increasing need to explain the differences to...
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  • Renewables 2018 Global Status Report

    “Racing down the renewable electricity pathway only”

    The Renewables 2018 Global Status Report illustrates the sharp difference in growth between the renewable electricity and heat markets. Whereas PV had another record year, with newly installed capacity totalling at least 98 GWp in 2017, up from 75 GWp, and...
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    Rising demand for solar heat in large buildings and industry

    By the end of 2017, the market for solar heating and cooling had grown by 472 GWth, which again made it the largest for solar energy in the world. The one for photovoltaic systems gained 402 GWp to become the second-largest, and 5 GWel was enough for...
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