Heat Storage

  • Europe: Solar Keymark Scheme Rules for concentrating solar collectors

    Europe: Solar Keymark Scheme Rules for concentrating solar collectors

    During the meeting in Paris in October 2011, the Solar Keymark Network has accepted an extension of the Solar Keymark Scheme Rules. In the future, Solar Keymark will be available for both solar water heater stores and concentrating solar collectors. At the same meeting, the Solar Keymark...

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  • Germany: District Heating Companies encourage Customers to feed in Solar Heat

    Germany: District Heating Companies encourage Customers to feed in Solar Heat

    In Hamburg in northern Germany, two district heating providers encourage their customers to supply the companies' networks with heat generated from individually owned solar collectors or other renewable sources. E.On Hanse Wärme offers to store heat for a fee, whereas Hamburg Energie buys...

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  • Switzerland: Jenni Energietechnik AG expands Production Capacity

    Switzerland: Jenni Energietechnik AG expands Production Capacity

    Orders for large solar storage tanks are on the rise: Swiss Jenni Energietechnik AG is currently expanding its production capacity to meet the greatly increased demand. At its Oberburg headquarters, the solar company is constructing a new building for the manufacturing of large storage...

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  • Germany: Independent of Energy Utilities

    Germany: Independent of Energy Utilities

    Living without gas and electricity grid connection: On 5 May, German building promoter Helma Eigenheimbau AG inaugurated its first energy self-sufficient home located in the 'show house park for sustainable construction' at the company’s headquarters in Lehrte, Germany. The sun supplies...

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  • Sweden: First Buffer Tank receives P-Mark Certificate

    Sweden: First Buffer Tank receives P-Mark Certificate

    The buffer tank Ecoscience by Swedish tank manufacturer Fueltech Sweden AB is the first tank to receive the P-Mark certification. After one year of testing and paper work, the P-labelling of the 520 litre tank with fresh-water station and external solar loading module was approved at the...

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  • Germany: Web Portal about Seasonal Heat Storage

    Germany: Web Portal about Seasonal Heat Storage

    The six main features in different colours: This is the brand mark of a new website called saisonalspeicher.de (seasonal heat storage) launched in December by Solites, the German Research Institute for Solar and Sustainable Thermal Energy Systems within the company network of the Steinbeis...

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