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  • India: Investment in Tank and Vacuum Tube Collector Production

    India: Investment in Tank and Vacuum Tube Collector Production

    The solar thermal industry in India is serving the strongly growing demand with additional manufacturing capacities of solar water heaters based on vacuum tube technology. This news piece presents two examples of solar manufacturers, V-Guard Industries and Inter Solar Systems, which have...

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  • India: TERI Sets Targets for Large Buildings with GRIHA Label

    India: TERI Sets Targets for Large Buildings with GRIHA Label

    The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), a policy research organisation, has created a tool to measure and evaluate a building's environmental performance. The tool was developed in the context of India's varied climate and building practices, called Green Rating for Integrated...

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  • Germany: Programme of SMEThermal 2014 available

    Germany: Programme of SMEThermal 2014 available

    The development of Europe’s solar thermal industry is posing great challenges: While the residential market has been declining, there has been an increasing demand for complex industrial solutions and new business models are necessary. The international solar thermal industry...

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  • Intersolar India 2013: Conference Focuses on Solar Process Heat

    Intersolar India 2013: Conference Focuses on Solar Process Heat

    Going into its fifth year, the annual Intersolar India conference is expecting 700 national and international attendees, as well as roughly 100 speakers from all around the world. The international event, which will take place in the Leela Kempinski Hotel in Mumbai from 11 to 14 November...

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  • Indian Renewable Energy Summit 2014, Gandhinagar

    Green Global Source is organising the Indian Renewable Energy Summit 2014 in partnership with the Government of Gujarat from 12 to 14 February 2014 at the Mahatma Mandir Convention Centre, Gandhinagar Gujarat, India. The Summit in 2014 will feature a Conference and Exhibition, allowing companies...

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  • India: Commercial Banks Give Priority to Solar Water Heater Loans

    India: Commercial Banks Give Priority to Solar Water Heater Loans

    Solar water heaters have been made a priority in several loan programmes of well-known banks in India. For example, Bengaluru-based Canara Bank has granted more than 25,000 loans for individual solar water heaters so far and has given out loans worth INR 60 million in the solar heating...

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  • India: New Standards for Vacuum Tube Collectors and their Storage Tanks

    India: New Standards for Vacuum Tube Collectors and their Storage Tanks

    The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has specified the standard requirements for evacuated solar collector tubes intended for non-concentrating solar collectors and related storage tanks. The increasing share of Vacuum Tube Collector (VTC) systems imported to India had...

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  • India: Solar Drying System with Vacuum Tubes Pays off within the First Year

    India: Solar Drying System with Vacuum Tubes Pays off within the First Year

    Indian company ACME Jelly Products has been successfully showcasing the use of solar thermal dehydration systems of agro-products since October 2011. The company, which is located near Ahmedabad in Gujarat state in western India, is one of the rare Indian examples of vacuum tube...

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  • ICORE 2013, Bhubaneswar, Odisha

    The International Congress on Renewable Energy (ICORE) is a flagship event of the Solar Energy Society of India (SESI). ICORE 2013 will take place from 27 to 29 November 2013 at KIIT University, in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The event will provide an ideal opportunity to players in...

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  • India: Phase I Results of National Solar Mission

    India: Phase I Results of National Solar Mission

    The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission was launched in January 2010 as one of the eight Missions under Climate Change in India and was to be implemented by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). It set an ambitious target for the solar thermal sector: 20 million m² of...

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