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  • India: ESCO Concept for Wheel Producer

    India: ESCO Concept for Wheel Producer

    Wheels India, one of the world’s largest wheel manufacturers for commercial vehicles, is profiting from one of the few ESCO projects in India. The Energy Service Company (ESCO) Aspiration Energy has been delivering heat from a 1,365 m² vacuum collector field for almost two years now. The...
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  • Renewable Energy India 2014, Greater Noida

    The Renewable Energy India 2014 will be held from 3 to 5 September 2014 in Greater Noida, New Delhi, India. The Conference and expo cover the topics PV, Solar Heating, Cooling and Drying, Wind Energy, Biomass, Hydro Energy, Geothermal and Energy Efficiency. The upcoming 8th edition is expected...
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  • India: College Hostel Enjoys Very Competitive Solar Heat Prices

    India: College Hostel Enjoys Very Competitive Solar Heat Prices

    Cost-competitive heat prices can be a convincing argument for solar thermal in India. That shows the case study of a solar hot water system for the college hostel of the Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) in the city of Hyderabad in the south of India. The calculations by...
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  • Austria/Europe: General Solar Systems and Sonnenkraft Management Buyout

    Austria/Europe: General Solar Systems and Sonnenkraft Management Buyout

    Since 1 January 2014, General Solar Systems (GSS), one of the biggest solar thermal system suppliers in Europe, has had a new owner: Together with Austrian investors, former GSS Financial Director Primus Spitzer took over the company from Danish Solarcap, a subsidiary of VKR Holding. The...
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  • India: SoPro to Create Database of 20 Solar Process Heat Case Studies

    India: SoPro to Create Database of 20 Solar Process Heat Case Studies

    The German Agency for International Cooperation, GIZ, will be working together with the German Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, Fraunhofer ISE, and the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) on analysing and optimising existing solar process heat installations in India...
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  • India: Bus Tickets Generate Publicity for Solar Water Heaters

    India: Bus Tickets Generate Publicity for Solar Water Heaters

    A bit more than two years ago, Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation Limited (RRECL), the state agency of Rajasthan, a state in western India, launched a massive publicity campaign in order to increase awareness of solar energy systems. The Publications Relations Office of the RRECL has...
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  • India: Ministry Presents Awards to Eight Solar Thermal Manufacturers

    India: Ministry Presents Awards to Eight Solar Thermal Manufacturers

    On 17 December 2014, the Indian Union Minister of New and Renewable Energy, Dr Farooq Abdullah, presented in New Delhi awards to the most successful Channel Partners of the national solar thermal subsidy scheme. In front of around 250 participants from policy, industry and media, Dr...
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  • Intersolar India 2014, Mumbai

    The international solar industry is meeting at Intersolar India for the sixth time in 2014. From November 18 to 20, 2014 numerous exhibitors are expected to present their latest products and services from photovoltaics and solar thermal technologies to trade visitors across an exhibition space...
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  • India: Solar System Benefits Garment Factory

    India: Solar System Benefits Garment Factory

    A concentrating solar thermal system has been operating successfully at Purple Creations, a children‘s clothing factory at the Baramati Hi-Tech Textile Park in Maharashtra state in western India. The 30 dish concentrators with an absorber area of 480 m² provide the steam required to iron...
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  • India: New Five-Year Guarantee on Solar Tanks

    India: New Five-Year Guarantee on Solar Tanks

    Many Indian regions suffer from bad water quality: More than 75% of the country has moderately hard to very hard water. Chloride levels are also high in specific areas when water is obtained from boreholes. The “desired” legal chloride limit for drinking water is 0.25 g/litre...

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