Process Heat, Thailand

  • Three November events to promote SHIP

    A lot of efforts still need to be put into raising awareness about solar thermal technologies meeting industrial heat demand. But the good news is that there are three events planned for November to promote solar heat for industrial processes (SHIP) among solar technology suppliers and end...
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  • Transportable Fresnel collectors to supply process heat in Spain

    Despite great untapped potential, the Spanish solar process heat market is not growing as expected. Is it perhaps because many in the industry are not targeting the right sort of customer? Valencia-based start-up Solatom seems to have devised a winning strategy, offering small and medium-...
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  • Photo: G2Energy

    10,000 m² of solar collectors to help freesias survive the cold

    G2Energy, a Dutch-based supplier of turnkey solar thermal systems, has completed one-quarter of a 10,000 m², or 7 MWth, solar field ordered by freesia grower Tesselaar. The system provides heat for greenhouses in Heerhugowaard, Netherlands, and will soon replace all the gas boilers on site...
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  • Photo: Fotolia

    French SHIP investor partners with technology suppliers

    Kyotherm is making plans to fund its first-ever installation for solar process heat, a system of about 15,000 m² of collector area, or 12 MWth, to supply a malting plant in France with thermal energy. The company is a third-party equity investor focused on financing renewable heat...
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  • Photo: HyCool Project

    New technologies for solar cooling in industry

    The aim of just launched HyCool is to present, in the form of two demonstration plants, new solar heating and cooling technologies for industrial use. The combination of state-of-the-art Fresnel collectors by Austrian supplier Fresnex with custom-built hybrid adsorption-compression chillers...
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  • Grammer Solar

    Solar thermal biomass drying in Chile

    Grammer Solar, a German manufacturer of solar air collectors, has signed a contract with Ligno Pellets, a Chilean producer of wood pellets, for the delivery and installation of a 220 m² solar field. Grammer Solar, which opened an office in Chile’s capital, Santiago de Chile, three years ago...
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  • Photo: BSW Solar

    ESCO model grows in popularity in South Africa

    “Our clients are cash flow positive from day one,” South African company Energy Partners claims on its website. Up until now, it has been offering heat and steam purchase agreements, mainly on coal boilers, to industrial and public customers. “Purchase contracts for solar heat in...
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  • Solar thermal in agri-food industry

    Four industrial sites owned by businesses producing goods for the agri-food sector will be the real test of whether solar process heat can gain a foothold in the industry. The companies are partners to SHIP2FAIR, which was launched in April in Brussels (see photo) and is scheduled to end in...
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  • Source: IBGE/CNI 2015 and Solar Payback

    Brazil´s enormous SHIP potential

    Tens of thousands of companies in Brazil’s industry could be interested in using solar heat, as shown by the chart at the beginning of this news article. Businesses which require large amounts of thermal energy below 400 °C can be found in several sectors, from beverage, chemical and food...
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  • Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2019, Bangkok

    The Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2019 will take place in Bangkok from 5 to 8 June 2019. The trade fair covers all areas of tapping, storage and distribution of energy from renewable sources and is considered as a platform for the entire Southeast Asian region. Parallel to the fair conferences and...
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  • Photo: Grenaa Varmevaerk

    Raising funds on the stock market for large-scale solar

     e="1">On 18 June, work on a new solar field for district heating started in the Danish town of Grenaa, on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula. The municipality said the existing 12,000 m2, or 8.4 MWth, system had been running to everyone’s satisfaction since 2014. In May, it inked a...
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