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  • Mixed performance of world's largest flat plate producers in COVID year

    Mixed performance of world's largest flat plate producers in COVID year 2020

    Last year’s outbreak of Covid-19 around the globe reduced sales of most of the largest flat plate collector manufacturers not based in China. Only a small number of non-Chinese businesses saw an increase in sales, the result of a new support policy in Germany. Chinese flat plate collector...
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  • #SolarHeatWomen: Women leaders in the solar thermal sector

    #SolarHeatWomen: Women leaders in the solar thermal sector

    Every day, women around the world work hard to promote solar thermal technology and solutions. But a clear gender gap persists. And the few women who have made it to the top often do not get the visibility they deserve. To shine a light on their successes, solarthermalworld.org has launched...
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  • Industrial solar heat: status quo and costs

    Industrial solar heat: status quo and costs

    IRENA and Solar Heat Europe have both announced webinars that will highlight measures for decarbonising Europe’s industrial sector. On Thursday, 25 February, the IRENA Coalition for Action will present the white paper titled Companies in Transition towards 100 % renewables: Focus on...
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  • Denmark, Netherlands and Cyprus: Fastest-growing ST markets in 2019

    Denmark, Netherlands and Cyprus: Fastest-growing ST markets in 2019

    Europe’s solar heating and cooling markets keep growing, Brussels-based Solar Heat Europe said in a 21 December press release. At the end of 2019, about 10.4 million solar thermal systems totalling 37 GWth of capacity were in operation across the European Union and Switzerland, 3...
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  • Great advocates join board of Brussels-based SHE

    Great advocates join board of Brussels-based SHE

    Over the next two years, Solar Heat Europe (SHE) will be represented by both new and re-elected board members. While Costas Travasaros, CEO of Greek-based Prime Laser, will continue to serve as president, the organisation’s general assembly, held on Friday, 4 December, also voted in fresh...
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  • IRENA identifies solar heat potential in central and south eastern Europe

    IRENA identifies solar heat potential in central and south eastern Europe

    The 18 countries participating in the Central and South Eastern Europe Energy Connectivity Initiative (CESEC) could use renewables to meet 34 % of their energy demand by 2030, with solar thermal installed in buildings being the cheapest replacement option for fossil fuel equipment. These...
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  • Strong European research network meets at Eurosun

    Strong European research network meets at Eurosun

    Yesterday marked the start of the first virtual Eurosun. More than 200 experts from the worlds of research and business had signed up for the three-day event organised by the International Solar Energy...

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  • Ups and downs in the 20 largest markets 2019

    Ups and downs in the 20 largest markets 2019

    China again led the ranking for new installations of glazed and unglazed collectors – accounting for 73% of the total – followed by Turkey, India, Brazil and the United States. Additions in the largest solar heating and cooling markets besides China remained stable, with noteworthy growth...
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  • Export champions from Greece offer good value for money

    Export champions from Greece offer good value for money

    The Greek solar thermal industry is an export champion: The total collector area sold to customers abroad tripled from 200,000 m2 to 600,000 m2 in only 10 years (see chart). Greek manufacturers took advantage of opportunities around the world while demand for their...
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  • World’s largest flat plate collector manufacturers in 2019

    World’s largest flat plate collector manufacturers in 2019

    One-half of the world’s largest flat plate collector manufacturers participating in the most recent survey expressed satisfaction with how business developed in 2019. One-third achieved production volumes ‘as expected’ and only one-fifth seemed dissatisfied. The large manufacturers again...
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  • Large gap between targets and installed solar heat capacity in Europe

    Large gap between targets and installed solar heat capacity in Europe

    According to a Eurostat press release published on 23 January, renewable energy sources made up 18 % of total energy generation throughout the European Union at the end of 2018, which means the EU’s target of 20 % by the end of 2020 seems well within reach. And yet, the above chart shows...
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  • EuroSun 2020, online

    The University of West Attica in Athens, Greece, will organise the 13th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry short EuroSun 2020 online. The organiser ISES, the International Solar Energy Society, supported by the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme invites...

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