Mediterranean, Solar Thermal Power, Water Treatment/Desalination

  • AEE INTEC

    IEA SHC: New Task to Use Solar Energy for Water Treatment

    On 18 September, there will be a definition meeting for a new task called Solar Energy in Industrial Water Management in Gleisdorf, Austria. The initiator of this international research project within the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme is Christoph Brunner from Austrian...
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  • IEA SHC Task 46: Bankable Solar Data Sets for Concentrating Technologies

    Whether investors put their money into large-scale concentrating solar heat and power systems, solar district heating plants or photovoltaic fields, they need to be able to rely on data sets to include the uncertainty and variability of input information. Financial institutions do like to...
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  • France Increases Public Support for Solar Thermal

    The French energy agency Ademe has been supporting renewable heat production in the industry, the district heating sector and at multi-family buildings since 2009. The budget of the national subsidy scheme, Fonds Chaleur (Heat Fund), will double in amount from around EUR 240 million per...

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  • SWH TechScope Market Readiness Assessment of Six Latin American Countries

    This regional assessment report applies the SWH TechScope Market Readiness Assessments Methodology in six Latin American countries: Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Paraguay and Perú. It is recommended that the SWH TechScope Market Readiness Assessment Report be read in parallel...

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  • Solar Water Heaters’ Market Evaluation: Case Study of Lebanon

    This comprehensive case study analyses Lebanon’s Solar Water Heating (SWH) market and enabling environment over the course of the Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative (GSWH Project).

    Specifically this case study examines...

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  • Resource/Cost Estimates For Solar Thermal Space/Water Heating (2010-2020)

    The Solar heat resource is dependent in the first instance on the insolation falling on the surface of Ireland. The usable power generated by solar panels will vary depending on latitude, time of year and weather conditions. According to the European Solar Thermal Industry...

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  • Solar Power for Tomorrow's World (2011)

    This presentation was created by Ken May of Abengoa Solar, and was published by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). It explains the potential of solar thermal hot water heating to displace conventional electric use and create long term utility savings.

    According...

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