Austria

  • Washed Glass: 24-hour Just-in-Time Supply

    Washed Glass: 24-hour Just-in-Time Supply

    Greenonetec in Austria is the first collector factory in Europe that has its own glass supplier next door. Petraglas set up a production unit just across the road. This is a model already standard in China, where the material suppliers are situated in the same industrial area as the...

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  • Comprehensive Testing of laser-welded Aluminium Absorbers

    Comprehensive Testing of laser-welded Aluminium Absorbers

    Shock, deformation, solidness and corrosion tests of laser-welded absorbers are all described in the “mirotherm absorber fact book”. This book can serve as a best practice resource for testing standards of new absorber and collector panels in the sector. Photo: Alanod

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  • IRENA: Headquarters in the United Arab Emirates

    IRENA: Headquarters in the United Arab Emirates

    “It was very important to us to offer IRENA a value proposition  by engaging with developing and developed nations alike,” his Highness Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of UAE, explains the choice of building the IRENA headquarters in his country. Photo...

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  • Opening of the Kioto Collector Factory in Mexico

    Opening of the Kioto Collector Factory in Mexico

    Thumbs up! Klaus Meier, general manager of Kioto S.A., Marlon Rechberger, sales director of Kioto S.A. and Robert Kanduth, chairman of the board of Kioto Clear Energy AG(from left to right), are satisfied with their new production unit in the Mexican city of El Salto (Guadalajara). ...

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  • Austria: Solar Thermal Mandatory for Housing Assistance

    Austria: Solar Thermal Mandatory for Housing Assistance

    Solar showcase in Austria: This single family house in Tyrol generates a 30 % share of the domestic hot water and heating demand from renewable energies. Since 2008 more and more Austrian states have required an ecological heating system, if homeowners want to profit from housing...

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  • Austria: Solar District Heating on the Rise in Graz

    Austria: Solar District Heating on the Rise in Graz

    On the 15th of May, the city of Graz saw the inauguration of another large-scale solar thermal installation (from left): Dr. Wolfgang Messner (Graz AG), Andrea Pavlovec-Meixner and Sonja Grabner (municipal councillors), Christian Holter (S.O.L.I.D) and Wolfgang Malik (Graz AG...

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    Werner Weiss at ESTEC 2009

    This is an interview made during ESTEC 2009 in Munich, Germany, with Werner Weiss, Director of AEE Intec. Weiss explains the potential of solar thermal energy.

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  • Austria:  The 2008 Roadmap to Solar Thermal Success

    Austria: The 2008 Roadmap to Solar Thermal Success

    A good example for solar heating: a semidetached house with a collector area of 92 m2. According to the roadmap of the Austrian Institute for Renewable Technologies, AEE Intec, it is very important to support solar combi systems which supply domestic hot water and space heating....

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  • Dynamic Growth Throughout the European Solar Thermal Sector

    Dynamic Growth Throughout the European Solar Thermal Sector

    Estec2009 – a meeting point for solar thermal experts in Europe: Around 400 representatives of associations, as well as manufacturers, politicians and researchers discussed trends, potentials and obstacles of the solar thermal sector. Photo: Bärbel Epp

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  • Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (2004)

    This document was released by the International Energy Association (IEA) in 2004 to increase attention and participation for integrating solar heat into industrial processes. It also explains “medium temperature” collectors and examples of solar heat plants worldwide with their different types...

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  • Eurosun, Graz

    The EuroSun 2010 will take place in Graz, Austria, and will be co-organized by PSE AG and AEE Intec. EuroSun conferences are presented biannually by the International Solar Energy Society (ISES Europe) in different countries, and are among the most important scientific solar conferences, especially...
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