Domestic Hot Water and Heating

  • Task 53 1

    Solar cooling increases annual solar fraction

    ng>Solar cooling could be an effective way to increase the annual solar fraction of domestic hot water production and prevent the solar system from overheating in summer. Under the aegis of the IEA Solar Heating & Cooling Programme, researchers from Task 53, New Generation Solar Cooling...
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    Thermosiphon market rebounds in Italy

    System suppliers and importers in Italy have reported significant growth in thermosiphon sales in 2017 thanks to the national support scheme Conto Termico 2.0. “Compared to the previous year, we more than doubled the number of thermosiphon units we sold in Italy in 2017, and most systems...
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  • GIZ Hotel Broschure

    Solar-heated hotels in MENA region

    Solar thermal can easily provide cheap, secure and clean heat to drive growth in the tourism sector. But what about optimal system sizes and applications? A new brochure has...
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  • Namibia Workshop Soltrain

    Namibia’s path to a solar thermal future

    The Namibia Solar Thermal Technology (STT) Roadmap outlines the country’s path to 1.5 million m² of collector area by 2030. The aim is to have an average 0.5 m² installed per inhabitant by then (see the attached document). During a workshop in Windhoek last June, stakeholders from policy...
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  • Solar Thermal Now

    Guide for potential investors

    Against the low standing of solar thermal technology, the British Solar Trade Association (STA) has launched a 16-page colourful brochure. The guide called Solar Thermal Now - A guide for domestic, business & public sector investors showcases the technology’s merits, the...
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  • SHC SWC 2018

    SHC-focused conferences in 2018

    Currently, our 2018 calendar lists 57 events from all corners of the globe. Below is a summary of selected ones that put a clear focus on SHC.Photo: Masdar Institute at Khalifa University of Science and Technology 

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  • Croatia

    Delay in launch of Croatia’s residential support scheme

    Croatia, a western Balkan country, is one of the most sun-rich nations in the EU, but progress on the solar thermal front has been unsatisfactory in the eyes of Professor Ljubomir Majdandžić, Acting Director of the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund (EPEEF). “Our energy...
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    SHC 2017 / Helvi Ileka: Solar Heat reduces Energy Imports for Namibia

    Namibia is southern Africa´s front runner in terms of solar energy. Solar could provide energy security for the country that depends heavily on fuel imports. This includes power and water heating for homes, but also heat for the food and mining industry and desalination of water. Helvi Ileka...

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  • Horizon 2020

    EU Funding for Solutions to Decarbonise Heating and Cooling Market

    A search for ‘solar thermal’ in a recently published 195-page document titled Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy will not return encouraging results (see the attached document). The publication by the Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2018-2020 shows only 6 entries in total. “Solar thermal is...
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