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  • Turkey: Solar Hot Water Systems supply 20,000 low-income Family Flats

    Turkey: Solar Hot Water Systems supply 20,000 low-income Family Flats

    Solar water heaters are gaining importance in Turkey's social housing projects: Over the last years, the country's Housing Development Administration (TOKI) has provided a total of 20,000 flats for low-income families with solar hot water. According to Munik Durak, these projects have, for...

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  • ISH 2011: Solar Trends in the Heating Industry

    ISH 2011: Solar Trends in the Heating Industry

    The ISH is becoming increasingly international. At the beginning of this March, the world´s largest trade fair for bathroom, building, energy and climate technology in Frankfurt, Germany, has counted significantly more international visitors than ever before. 35 % of the 204,000 trade...

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  • USA: Slowdown in 2009 while Imports go up

    USA: Slowdown in 2009 while Imports go up

    Slowdown in the US: After the 2008 peak, the total sold area of medium temperature collectors decreased by 5 % in 2009, to 204,700 m2. Exports amounted to only 2,100 m2 of collector area, which means that the newly installed collector area in the United States in 2009...

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  • RENEX ECO 2011, Istanbul

    After the success of its second edition, RENEX ECO 2011 will take place from 20 to 23 October 2011 at Istanbul Expo Centre. In 2010, more than 200 national and international exhibitors were able to spark the interest of 15,426 trade visitors. RENEX ECO unites all renewable energy ranges, energy...
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  • ISK-Sodex 2012, Istanbul

    ISK-Sodex 2012, the platform for the HVAC industry in the Eurasian region, will take place from 2 to 5 May 2012 in Istanbul. The organiser is the Hannover-Messe Sodeks Fuarcilik, a joint venture of Dunya Fuar Yapim, one of the leading exhibition organizers of Turkey, and the Hannover Messe...

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  • Hungary: Interesting but highly fluctuating Market

    Hungary: Interesting but highly fluctuating Market

    Over the last years, Hungary has turned out to be an interesting but highly fluctuating market for solar thermal technology. Through its subsidiary in the neighbouring country, Austrian manufacturer Tisun has been doing business in Hungary since 2008 and has already made its mark on the...

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  • Great Britain: Microgeneration Certification Scheme lists PVT Collectors

    Great Britain: Microgeneration Certification Scheme lists PVT Collectors

    Generating heat and electricity: Since May 2010, 48 Volther PVT collectors by Turkish manufacturer Solimpeks have both supplied hot water to a children's home in Surrey County, Great Britain, and fed solar electricity into the local energy grid. According to the manufacturer, the system's...

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  • Azerbaijan: Collector and Tank Production for the State

    Azerbaijan: Collector and Tank Production for the State

    State-owned Azerenergy Construction Company (AZENCO), which is based in Azerbaijan in the Caucasian region, started producing solar thermal collectors at the beginning of August and will very soon produce solar tanks, too. The investment was initiated by a state programme, which aims...

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  • 4th International Solar & PV Exhibition, Istanbul

    The Turkish solar technologies sector is meeting for the 4th time at the International Solar & PV Exhibition in Istanbul in March 2011. The Fair is a trade platform for domestic and international customers. The exhibitor profile includes conventional, non conventional, renewable and clean and...
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  • Potential Demonstration Sites for Wind and CSP Projects (2009)

    The REMAP Project (Action Plan for High Priority Renewable Energy Initiatives in Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Area) is a two years initiative funded under the European Commission FP6 with the goal of investigating two electricity generation technologies: wind power and concentrated solar...

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