District Heating

  • Water Storages, Solar Thermal and Heat Pumps in District Heating (2008)

    This report explains the development of solar thermal plants for district heating in Denmark between 1996 and 2008. Compiled by Danish company PlanEnergi, it also gives an opinion on future possibilities for solar district heating and cooling in Denmark and Europe.

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  • Research Priorities for Solar Thermal Energy (2012)

    This presentation - given by ESTTP’s Dr. Wim van Helden at the 2012 Renewable District Heating and Cooling Conference - sets out key Research and Development priorities for the solar thermal industry in the next decade. Challenges still remain to reduce investment costs, further increase solar...

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  • Jamaica Public Service Commercial Solar Water Heating Programme (2008)

    This powerpoint presentation evaluates the  ‘Jamaica Public Service Commercial Solar Water Heating Programme’, which was initiated by the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) as part of their wider Demand Side Management (DSM) programme. Started in 2006, this project looked to demonstrate the...

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  • Austria: Third Incentive Year for Large-scale Solar Thermal Plants

    Austria: Third Incentive Year for Large-scale Solar Thermal Plants

    The great success over the past two years prompted the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund to extend its incentive programme for large-scale solar thermal plants into 2012 as well. When the programme was launched on 13 June, it was actually the third time. The scheme has already granted...

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  • Solar Water Heating Systems: A Review of Global Experiences (2010)

    Prepared jointly by India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), this report gives an overview of the Solar Water Heating Systems (SWHS) market in India over the last decade, and counterpoints it against broader global...

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  • Poland: Solar Forum 2012 Debate on How to Sustain Growth Rate

    Poland: Solar Forum 2012 Debate on How to Sustain Growth Rate

    According to the market statistics of the Institute for Renewable Energy (IEO), the total installed solar thermal collector area in Poland at the end of 2011 was 904,000 m2 (633 MWth). This is just 6.5 % of the 14 million m2 (9.8 GWth) target that the National Renewable...

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  • Market Study - EU HighCombi project (2011)

    This document provides information on the EU project HighCombi. It includes a market study of the project's six target countries, and outlines the solar thermal state of the art in each.

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  • Saudi Arabia: 25 MWth Plant Produces Heat for Women’s University

    Saudi Arabia: 25 MWth Plant Produces Heat for Women’s University

    Since July, the currently world’s biggest solar thermal plant has gradually come into operation. It produces heat for a women’s university in Saudi Arabia, the Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University inaugurated at the end of 2011. From July onwards, students and staff have...

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