Domestic Hot Water and Heating

  • Soltrain West Africa

    West Africa: Cabo Verde, Ghana and Nigeria Market Assessment

    ed and successful policies should be promoted – which is why the Southern African Solar Thermal Training and Demonstration Initiative (SOLTRAIN) should be implemented in West Africa as well. Since 2009, the programme has helped train about 2,150 people during 80 courses and install 187...

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  • India REI 16 Panel

    India: Industry Demands Equally Assertive Solar Thermal Publicity

    The Indian government should provide the same assertive publicity for solar thermal technology as it had for solar PV because the population still needed to be made aware of the benefits of solar water heating. This was the major concern raised during the panel discussion Policy and...
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  • PA-ID

    Germany: 2Power PVT Modules Supply Power and Heat from Same Roof Space

    eneration of solar heat and solar electricity. For many years, products have entered and disappeared from the market without leaving much of a trace. German company PA-ID has installed around 8,000 2Power panels, at almost 500 project sites. The 2Power elements consist of standard PV laminates with...
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  • Germany: Vaillant Establishes End-Customer Online Platform

    Germany: Vaillant Establishes End-Customer Online Platform

    German Vaillant has launched a project which has stirred controversy among installers: Online platform heizungonline.vaillant.de can be used by manufacturers to directly address those end customers who wish to shop online – and send them a “price indication” for a complete heating...
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  • Lviv IT Cluster

    Ukraine: IT Company Building to Have Solar Drainback System

    Lviv IT Cluster, one of Ukraine´s leading IT businesses, is currently building up a multi-family house for its employees that meets all the requirements for a smart property, including a modern heating system. It offers 72 flats on ten floors and is being built in Lviv, in western Ukraine....
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  • Aviso 20

    Portugal: Two New Incentive Schemes on the Horizon

    Good news for the Portuguese market: This year’s agenda includes two new schemes to support energy efficiency measures in buildings, and solar thermal has been put into the spotlight. The first programme,...
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  • Luminalt

    California: San Francisco Passes First Mandate with Solar Thermal Option

    After Lancaster, Sebastopol and Santa Monica, San Francisco is now the fourth – and the largest – US American city to mandate the use of solar energy in residential and commercial newbuilds. It also has the first mandate in California which can be complied with by using either solar thermal...
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  • Bobovnicky

    Slovakia: Newest Member Country of IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme

    Slovakia is the first country from Eastern Europe to join the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (IEA SHC). Since its admission, the small nation of only 5.5 million people has been represented by Artur Bobovnický (photo) from the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA). Bobovnický...
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  • LREDA ceremony

    India: 40 % Solar Hot Water Share in Ladakh Region

    It’s a delight to gaze at the glittering solar panels on virtually every roof in the Ladakh region in the northern Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir. The Himalayan territory enjoys more than 320 clear, sunny days each year and has undoubtedly become India’s leader in solar energy, as 40 %...
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