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  • 4th International Solar District Heating Conference, Billund

    The fourth edition of the International Solar District Heating Conference will take place on 21 and 22 September 2016 in Billund, Denmark. The Conference will focus on sharing the international experience on advanced system concepts and technologies for large-scale solar heating plants and their...
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  • IEA SHC Task 49: Solar Process Heat Showcase in Montpellier

    Industry participation is key for the research work of IEA’s Solar Heating and Cooling Programme. Hence, the researchers of Task 49, Solar Heat Integration in Industrial Processes, used the last meeting in France in mid-September to hold a one-day workshop dedicated to...
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  • Denmark: Performance Guarantees Constitute Key Element in District Heating

    In Denmark, there are currently around 576,000 m² of solar collectors providing 403 MW of thermal power to 61 district heating systems. Another 28 plants with 395 MW and 564,000 m² of collector area are in the pipeline, according to a presentation held by Danish consultant Per...
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  • MENA: First Online Training Program on Solar Water Heaters Certification

    In March, the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) launched an online training program on the Solar Water Heaters (SWHs) Quality Assurance and Certification Scheme in the Arab region. The training course aims to provide participants with sufficient...
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  • Denmark: 52,500 m2 additional collector area in Vojens


    Since 2012, Vojens Fjernvarme has been a satisfied customer of a solar district heating installation. The experiences made with the 17,000 m2 large collector field convinced the municipal utility from the south of Denmark to plan adding another 52,500 m2 (36.75 MWth) to the field as...

  • IEA SHC Task 52: Seeking Cost-optimised Urban Energy Systems

    How can solar energy be ideally integrated into an urban energy system? This has been the key question of IEA SHC Task 52: Solar Heat and Energy Economics in Urban Environments. One and a half years after the task´s start in January 2014, scientists from Germany, Denmark, Austria...
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  • New Report: Lessons Learned from 20 Non-Residential Building Renovations

    Buildings are responsible for up to 35 % of the total energy consumption in many  IEA countries. Exemplary non-residential renovation projects are showing that total primary energy consumption can be drastically reduced together with improvements of the indoor climate.  This IEA SHC...

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