large scale solar thermal systems

  • 10th anniversary relaunch

    Solarthermalworld.org celebrates its 10th anniversary by relaunching in a brightly polished design. As the premier address for solar heating and cooling news, the website is a treasure trove of information about solar thermal markets and technologies and is available to...
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    Rising demand for solar heat in large buildings and industry

    By the end of 2017, the market for solar heating and cooling had grown by 472 GWth, which again made it the largest for solar energy in the world. The one for photovoltaic systems gained 402 GWp to become the second-largest, and 5 GWel was enough for concentrating solar power to rank third...
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  • Sunrain Arcon Joint Venture

    China: Arcon-Sunmark and Sunrain Establish Joint-Venture for Large Projects

    A new joint venture founded in Beijing, China, on 31 May aims at offering large-scale solar heating solutions on the Chinese market. The country’s market leader, Jiangsu Sunrain Solar Energy, and Arcon-Sunmark, a Danish turnkey large-scale system provider, joined forces to establish Arcon-...
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    Sabine Putz at SHC 2015: Large Scale Solar Thermal Systems

    How can large scale solar thermal systems drive down the costs? Find out in this video interview with Sabine Putz, R&D Manager and COO of the Austrian energy service company SOLID, that specialises in large scale solar heating projects. This video was recorded at the SHC 2015 conference in...
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  • Germany: Hamburg’s Eight-Year Large-Scale Solar Thermal Monitoring

    Since 2006, the Solarzentrum Hamburg (translated as Solar Centre Hamburg) has been in charge of monitoring the city’s large-scale solar thermal plants. In 2013, this monitoring programme covered 77 plants with a total aperture area of 6,612 m². In December 2015, Solarzentrum...
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  • Austria: More and Less Successful Subsidy Schemes

    Austria´s solar thermal market has come to depend a great deal on incentive programmes. The schemes in 2012, however, met with varying degrees of success. Demand was again great for the...

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  • Solar Thermal Bankable – yes or no?

    It is not easy at all to persuade third parties to finance large-scale ESCO (Energy Service Company) projects for solar thermal: The financial sector needs to become more aware of solar thermal technology and its related projects. This is the lesson that Austrian company S.O.L.I.D....

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