Heat Storage

  • Underground Thermal Energy Storage (2011)

    This presentation comes from the international polymer processing company REHAU. It provides information on their systems for underground thermal energy storage.

    The principle behind the thermal storage system is to match the supply of renewable...

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  • Austria: Task 42 Meeting on Compact Thermal Energy Storage Systems

    Austria: Task 42 Meeting on Compact Thermal Energy Storage Systems

    IEA-SHC Task 42, entitled Compact Thermal Energy Storage, has entered into its final year and will end in December 2015. In February 2015, 44 scientists met for the 13th Experts Task Meeting in Vienna, Austria, to discuss the characterisation and development of materials for...
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  • India: First Solar Thermal Steam Storage for Cooking Applications

    India: First Solar Thermal Steam Storage for Cooking Applications

    The Ramakrishna Mission Student’s Home in the city of Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu state on India’s southeast coast, is a combined residential high school and polytechnic college. It caters for around 700 orphan and poor students by providing free education, food and...
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  • Denmark: 37 MW Field with 203,000 m³ Storage Underway

    Denmark: 37 MW Field with 203,000 m³ Storage Underway

    Construction has begun on another large-scale installation: This time, the new number one solar thermal plant in the world will be in Vojens, a small town in southern Denmark, near the city of Kolding. The customer is Vojens District, which signed a contract with Danish collector...
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  • Germany: H.M. Heizkörper Plans to Mass-Produce Latent Heat Storage Units

    Germany: H.M. Heizkörper Plans to Mass-Produce Latent Heat Storage Units

    The Thermobatterie (English: thermal battery), a latent heat storage unit by German manufacturer H.M. Heizkörper, makes it possible to absorb generated thermal energy and store up to two-thirds of it as latent heat without time restraints or heat losses. If required, the energy can...
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  • SMEThermal 2014: “The challenge is the energy storage”

    SMEThermal 2014: “The challenge is the energy storage”

    Large storage capacity, modular design, high storage density and low heat losses: These are the current requirements for solar thermal heat storage. The result is that hot water storage products are often stretched to their limits. Alternatives could be phase change materials (PCMs) or...
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  • Germany: Icy Solar Heat Storage

    Germany: Icy Solar Heat Storage

    German engineering company Ökoplan has built a 1,586 m³ ice storage in one of Hamburg’s residential areas to save solar heat from summer for winter. Parts of the heating system have already begun operating; the start of the ice storage is scheduled for October 2014. The...
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  • Switzerland: New Factory for Large Storage Tanks

    Switzerland: New Factory for Large Storage Tanks

    Swiss tank manufacturer Jenni Energietechnik is about to complete its new production line for large solar tanks in the Swiss town of Oberburg. The company invested Swiss Franc (CHF) 14 million in machinery and a four-storey building. The first tanks are said to leave the factory at the...

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  • India: New Five-Year Guarantee on Solar Tanks

    India: New Five-Year Guarantee on Solar Tanks

    Many Indian regions suffer from bad water quality: More than 75% of the country has moderately hard to very hard water. Chloride levels are also high in specific areas when water is obtained from boreholes. The “desired” legal chloride limit for drinking water is 0.25 g/litre...

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