Australia

  • 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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  • Task 51 Map

    IEA Task 51: Challenges in Urban Planner Education

    Cities and large municipalities all around the world have taken the lead in sustainability, and urban planners find themselves in the important position of having to devise solutions for integrating renewable and energy efficiency measures at local level. Each city has its own unique set of...
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    Renewable Global Futures Report: Experts Divided on Future of Heating

    Is the transition to 100 % renewables at global level a feasible and realistic objective? What share will renewably sourced heat have by 2050? Will the electrification of heat continue? These are three of more than 100 questions which were answered in interviews with 114 experts from all...
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  • GSR 2017 SHC Chapter

    Global Status Report 2017: Key SHC Data on Markets and Policy

    REN21’s Renewables 2017 Global Status Report (GSR) shows how the 20 largest solar thermal markets in the world developed in 2016 (see the chart on the left). Significant growth was reported from Denmark (84 %), Mexico and India (6 % each). Except for the Danish market, last year was a...
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  • APSRC 2017, Melbourne

    The 4th Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference (APSRC) will be held in Melbourne from 5 to 7 December 2017. The Conference provides a unique opportunity to combine the annual research reviews of Australia’s key solar research groups, representing researchers from around the region. With over more...
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  • Collector Ranking 2015

    Worldwide: Flat Plate Collector Manufacturer Ranking

    The ranking of the largest flat plate collector manufacturers is headed by the same four companies as last year: Greenonetec from Austria, Fivestar from China, Soletrol from Brazil and Bosch Thermotechnik from Germany. But aside from the continuity at the top, last year shows what different...
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  • Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference, Canberra

    The third Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference (APSRC) will be held on the 28 Nov to 1 December 2016 at the Australian National University, Canberra The Conference provides a unique opportunity to combine the annual research reviews of Australia’s key solar research groups, representing...
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  • All-Energy 2017, Melbourne

    All-Energy 2017 will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 11 to 12 October 2017. The business-to-business conference and networking forum will be hosted alongside an impressive exhibition showcasing renewable energy, clean energy, sustainable transport and energy...
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  • Solar Energy 2017 Exhibition & Conference, Melbourne

    Solar Energy Exhibition & Conference 2017, the 55th annual Australian Solar Council industry conference & exhibition will take place at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 3 to 4 May 2017. The Solar Conference features fours stimulating streams including the ever popular Policy...
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  • Aalborg Tars Inauguration

    Denmark: Solar Concentrating Systems to Offer Wide Array of Uses

    At present, the Danish turnkey supplier of concentrating solar systems, Aalborg CSP, has two more large projects under construction. Both installations – one for Danish district heating company Brønderslev Forsyning and one for Australian vegetables producer Sundrop Farms – cover...
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  • Big Ups and Downs on Global Market

    Big Ups and Downs on Global Market

    The global solar thermal market went into another year of notable decline in 2015. With 37.2 GWth, the newly installed glazed and unglazed collector capacity in the 18 largest countries was 14 % lower than in 2014 (43.4 GWth). Between 2013 and 2014, the decrease in...
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