District Heating

  • Solar Thermal Solutions in Boston and the Northeast (2008)

    This PowerPoint was developed by KeySpan in 2008. It covers why they promote solar thermal water heating in the Northeast, applications, market barriers and a forecast for the future. The presentation introduces the different solar thermal programs that KeySpan offers...

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  • Italy: First Solar District Heating System, 990 m² big

    Italy: First Solar District Heating System, 990 m² big

    Finally, solar district heating has reached Italy too: Utility Varese Risorse, which is part of the environmental multi-utility group A2A, brought its solar thermal plant into operation on 19 May. The idea for this project, which also came about thanks to support from Intelligent Energy...
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  • Denmark: 52,500 m2 additional collector area in Vojens

    Denmark: 52,500 m2 additional collector area in Vojens


    Since 2012, Vojens Fjernvarme has been a satisfied customer of a solar district heating installation. The experiences made with the 17,000 m2 large collector field convinced the municipal utility from the south of Denmark to plan adding another 52,500 m2 (36.75 MWth) to the field as...

  • Greenhouse Gas Reduction Initiative of the Month: Town of Okotoks (2012)

    This report was created and published by the Partners for Climate Protection (PCP). It highlights an important and successful greenhouse gas reduction project from the town of Okotoks, the Drake Landing Solar Community.

    In 1998, the town of Okotos, Canada adopted a sustainable community...

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  • IEA SHC Task 52: Seeking Cost-optimised Urban Energy Systems

    IEA SHC Task 52: Seeking Cost-optimised Urban Energy Systems

    How can solar energy be ideally integrated into an urban energy system? This has been the key question of IEA SHC Task 52: Solar Heat and Energy Economics in Urban Environments. One and a half years after the task´s start in January 2014, scientists from Germany, Denmark, Austria...
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  • Canada: Solar Vision 2025: Beyond Market Competitiveness (2010)

    This report issued by the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) gives an overview of the evolution of the solar energy market in Canada until 2025.  The report covers both the solar photovoltaic and the solar thermal sectors.

    Solar energy has numerous advantages. It will...

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  • Comprehensive Thermal Engineering Software (2009)

    This document summarizes Thermoflow Software, which is used for design, stimulation, and cost estimation of power, process, heating and cogeneration plants.

    This software was released in 1995 and has sold over 7200 licenses to companies in 75...

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