large solar thermal installations

  • Photo: G2Energy

    10,000 m² of solar collectors to help freesias survive the cold

    G2Energy, a Dutch-based supplier of turnkey solar thermal systems, has completed one-quarter of a 10,000 m², or 7 MWth, solar field ordered by freesia grower Tesselaar. The system provides heat for greenhouses in Heerhugowaard, Netherlands, and will soon replace all the gas...
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  • France: Industry Does Not Yet Surrender

    France: Industry Does Not Yet Surrender

    The one-day workshop of the French solar sector to discuss the General State of Solar Heat in 2015 (États Généraux de la Chaleur Solaire 2015) took place in Nantes on 20 October with around 130 participants. The market is still...
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  • Webinar: New Business Models for Commercial Solar Thermal Applications

    Webinar: New Business Models for Commercial Solar Thermal Applications

    The solar thermal industry is facing a great challenge in entering new commercial solar thermal markets, be it tourism, solar process heat or large solar district heating. It needs new business models to convince commercial customers to use or to invest in solar thermal. A webinar...
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  • Sweden: Feeding Solar Heat into the Grid

    Sweden: Feeding Solar Heat into the Grid

    In Sweden, it is not uncommon to feed solar heat into district heating networks. “After a bit of persuasion, most district heating companies will agree to buy the heat, but the prices they pay for it will differ a lot,” Gunnar Lennermo says. Lennermo works as a consultant for...

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  • India: First Solar Hot Water Distribution Management System

    India: First Solar Hot Water Distribution Management System

    The differences in hot water demand between families living in the same solar-supplied multi-storey house has always been a source of complaints and disputes in India. A solution was found with the creation of a new hot water management system by Indian company Akson's Solar.
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  • Saudi Arabia: Greenonetec Delivers 3,600 collectors to Riyadh

    Saudi Arabia: Greenonetec Delivers 3,600 collectors to Riyadh

    Three partners, one project: Representatives from all three participating companies - Millennium Energy Industries, Jordan, and Greenonetec and AEE Intec, both based in Austria - met for their kick-off meeting at the collector factory of Greenonetec.
    Photo: Greenonetec

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