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  • Photo: Randy Martin, IEA SHC

    Kyotherm wins 2019 SHC Solar Award

    Kyotherm, a French-based third-party investor, has won the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling programme’s Solar Award for financing energy service companies (ESCOs) so end users in the industrial sector can reap economic benefits from day one. The first solar thermal project supported by...
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  • Photo: RHC-ETIP

    All-renewable future for Europe

    Reaching a 100 % renewable heating and cooling target across Europe by 2050 will only be possible if there is strong and resolute political support to accelerate the market adoption of RHC technologies. This is one of the key messages of the 2050 Vision, which was presented at a one-day...
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  • 100% RHC, Helsinki

    The European Techology & Innovation Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC ETIP) organises the 100% RHC event in Hesinki, Finland on 28 October 2019. 100% RHC for a Sustainable Future includes the 100% RHC Workshop and the 100% RHC Conference. As final touch, the Mayor of Helsinki will...
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  • Highly efficient industrial solar heat showcase in southwest France

    Highly efficient industrial solar heat showcase in southwest France

    In mid-June, a start-up business inaugurated the largest industrial solar heat plant to date in France, a 4,213 m² (3.4 MWth) flat plate collector system, which supplies heat to the Condat paper mill in southwest of the country. Owned by the Lecta Group, the mill is one of the...
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  • SHC experts become Mission Innovation Champions

    SHC experts become Mission Innovation Champions

    This May, two experts in solar heating and cooling – Dr Korbinian Kramer and Christian Holter (second and fourth from right, respectively) – were presented with Mission Innovation Champion awards in Vancouver, Canada. Kramer is researcher at the Division Thermal Systems and Building...
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  • Photo: Grenaa Varmevaerk

    Raising funds on the stock market for large-scale solar

     On 18 June, work on a new solar field for district heating started in the Danish town of Grenaa, on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula. The municipality said the existing 12,000 m2, or 8.4 MWth, system had been running to everyone’s satisfaction since 2014. In May,...
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  • Photo: Climate and Energy Fund

    Record participation at SDH 2018 in Graz

    The 5th International Solar District Heating Conference, which took place in Graz, Austria, in mid-April, brought together 350 experts from 33 countries. It had twice as many attendees as the previous one in Billund, Denmark, in 2016 and attracted representatives from several...
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  • District Heating in Denmark

    Denmark: Solar District Heating Capacity Nearly Doubles in 2016

    Last year was a record-breaking one for new solar district heating (SDH) installations in Denmark. With 31 new SDH systems and 5 plant expansions, the newly installed collector area grew at double the rate of 2015 and totalled 495,226 m² (347 MWth). The year prior saw 15 plants...
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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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  • Solar Water Heaters Not First Choice of EU-GUGLE Participants

    Solar Water Heaters Not First Choice of EU-GUGLE Participants

    Finding feasible renovation models to change energy-consuming buildings into nearly zero-energy ones is the aim of the EU-GUGLE project, which stands for European cities serving as Green Urban Gate towards Leadership in sustainable Energy. The programme was launched at the six...
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