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  • India: Government Stops Federal Subsidy Scheme

    India: Government Stops Federal Subsidy Scheme

    “Channel partners are free to sell on their own without subsidy from Government of India,” the office memorandum by the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy stated on 12 August 2014. This is an important victory for India’s solar water heater manufacturers, which pre-financed around...
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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 9 to 10 October 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: Five-Year Operational Warranty Protects Ladakh Region Clients

    India: Five-Year Operational Warranty Protects Ladakh Region Clients

    Ladakh - the land of high passes - is a high-mountain area in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Devoid of fossil fuels, the region receives its fuel wood and timber from Kashmir, while diesel and kerosene come from other parts of India at triple cost. But with 2,190 to 2550...
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  • India: National Subsidy Scheme Phase II

    In June 2014, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) launched new guidelines for solar hot water systems in the residential, commercial and industrial sector under the National Solar Mission Phase 2 (see the attached document). The subsidy rates of 30 % of the benchmark costs remain the...
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  • Germany: SunOyster’s New Approach to Combine PV and Solar Heat

    Germany: SunOyster’s New Approach to Combine PV and Solar Heat

    SunOyster Systems (SOS) based in Halstenbek, a town near Hamburg, Germany, has developed a new technology for the combined generation of solar heat and electricity (PVT). The first six SunOyster units are currently on their way to the Chinese town of Shuouzhou, 400 km west of...
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  • REN 21: Solar Thermal Contributes Significantly to Hot Water Production

    REN 21: Solar Thermal Contributes Significantly to Hot Water Production

    According to REN21’s Renewables 2014 Global Status Report, which was published at the UN-hosted Sustainable Energy for All Forum in New York at the beginning of June, solar thermal technologies contribute significantly to hot water production in many countries and increasingly to...
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  • India: Sales Volume in 2013/2014 Far Below Expectations

    India: Sales Volume in 2013/2014 Far Below Expectations

    The collector area sold in India during financial year April 2013 to March 2014 was obviously far below expectations: The relevant 65 channel partners achieved sales of 0.85 million m² collector area in these 12 months, almost half of what the companies had planned and reported to...
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  • India: First Stakeholder Workshop for Solar Thermal Roadmap

    India: First Stakeholder Workshop for Solar Thermal Roadmap

    Whereas India shows enormous demand for thermal energy in the industry and for cooking, solar thermal has so far only covered 0.2 % of the total heating and cooling need. Therefore it is urgent to scale up the use of decentralised solar thermal technologies. Supported by the Shakti...
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  • India: National Housing Bank Grants Subsidised Loans

    India: National Housing Bank Grants Subsidised Loans

    On 31 March 2014, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the National Housing Bank (NHB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide subsidies for private households when they purchase solar water heating and solar lighting equipment. The beneficiaries can only...
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  • Germany: World Map of Solar Process Heat Collector Industry 2014

    Germany: World Map of Solar Process Heat Collector Industry 2014

    There is enormous demand for industrial heat in the temperature range between 100 and 250 °C all around the world, and solar thermal technologies are said to play an important role in covering this demand over the next decades. A joint project by magazine Sun & Wind Energy and...
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