PVT collectors

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    Dr Korbinian Kramer: PV-Thermal elements allow more energy output from the same roof

    The first tested and certified PV-Thermal elements are available on the market. Korbinian Kramer explains the advantages and disadvantages of this technology. The interview was carried out at the SHC 2019 conference in Santiago at the beginning of November. Dr Korbinian Kramer is chair at...
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    Consolar marks 25 years of efficient solar thermal solutions

    On 20 September, German-based solar system supplier Consolar celebrated its 25th anniversary in Frankfurt, with a special guest in attendance to mark the occasion: Hans Josef Fell, President of the Energy Watch Group, a global network of scientists and parliamentarians. The...
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  • “The market requires simple plug-and-play solutions”

    “The market requires simple plug-and-play solutions”

    Spanish-based supplier Endef is seeing increased demand for both its covered and uncovered PV-thermal systems produced in-house in Saragossa. Last year was the first in which the business installed devices at non-commercial buildings in Spain and implemented projects abroad. Endef is a...
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  • IEA SHC: New Task to Push Emerging PVT Industry

    IEA SHC: New Task to Push Emerging PVT Industry

    Inventors and start-ups have been trying to combine photovoltaic and solar thermal collectors into one product for many years. Finally, a new industry seems to be emerging. The IEA SHC task Application of PVT collectors and new solutions with PVT systems, which is currently being...
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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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  • Great Britain: Microgeneration Certification Scheme lists PVT Collectors

    Great Britain: Microgeneration Certification Scheme lists PVT Collectors

    Generating heat and electricity: Since May 2010, 48 Volther PVT collectors by Turkish manufacturer Solimpeks have both supplied hot water to a children's home in Surrey County, Great Britain, and fed solar electricity into the local energy grid. According to the manufacturer, the system's...

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