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  • Lithuania District Heating

    Lithuania: Can Solar Thermal Beat Low Biomass Heat Prices?

    With biomass prices on the rise, solar district heating could become profitable in Lithuania. But without investment grants, payback periods were still too long, it said in the conclusion of a 2015 SDH market study by LEI, the Lithuanian Energy Institute (see the attached document in...
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  • Bronderslev

    Denmark: Concentrating Solar Collectors for District Heat in Northern Europe

    Brønderslev, a Danish municipality with a population of 12,500, is setting up a multi-purpose renewable heat plant for their district heating network. So far, local utility Brønderslev Forsyning has been operating seven gas-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plants and two gas boilers to...
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  • Area Yield Comparison

    Solar Thermal Shows Highest Energy Yield Per Square Metre

    The annual energy yield per square metre is much higher for solar collectors than for other renewable technologies, as the figure on the left shows. Compared to PV, solar collectors produce, on average, three times as many kilowatt-hours. Compared to biomass or bioethanol, output is in...
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  • SHAMCI Workshop May 2017

    Egypt and Jordan: SHAMCI to Give New Impetus to Arab Markets

    The implementation of SHAMCI, the Solar Heating Arab Mark and Certification Initiative, could help expand the solar thermal market in both Egypt and Jordan. On 15 and 16 May 2017, a workshop held at the headquarters of RCREEE (Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency) and...
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  • Natural Ressources Canada

    China: Sunrain Finalises Strategic Cooperation Agreements

    The Chinese Sunrain group, the world’s biggest collector manufacturer, is broadening its product portfolio to include large-scale solar thermal plants. Sunrain had already made the first step towards globalising its strategic partnerships by establishing a...
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  • GSR 2017 SHC Chapter

    Global Status Report 2017: Key SHC Data on Markets and Policy

    REN21’s Renewables 2017 Global Status Report (GSR) shows how the 20 largest solar thermal markets in the world developed in 2016 (see the chart on the left). Significant growth was reported from Denmark (84 %), Mexico and India (6 % each). Except for the Danish market, last year was a...
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  • Villa Castelli

    IEA SHC: How to Turn Historic Structures into Nearly Zero Energy Buildings

    More than one-fourth of all residential buildings in Europe date from before 1945. Over the past decade, preservationists have taken to the idea of renovating historic structures in an energy-efficient manner. The planned IEA SHC task titled Deep Renovation of Historic Buildings Towards...
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  • District Heating Workshop Netherlands

    Netherlands: Solar Thermal Benefits from SDE+ Solar Heat Tariff

    In the Netherlands, solar district heating plants with a capacity of 140 kWth or above can benefit from a feed-in tariff scheme called SDE+, which pays a certain amount per kWh of energy. Under the scheme, operators of renewable energy plants can apply for a subsidy to bridge the...
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  • District Heating Potential

    IRENA: Renewable District Heating and Cooling Roadmap to 2030

    The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has published an industry roadmap for Renewable Energy in District Heating and Cooling (DHC) as part of its REmap 2030 project. This study analysed the current state of the DHC market in eleven countries – with a focus on district...
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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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