Process Heat

  • Solar Cogeneration (2011)

    This presentation was created by Paul Davis of Cogenra Solar, Inc. It provides information on solar cogeneration, which utilizes solar thermal alongside a mix of other solar and renewable energy sources to achieve maximum benefits and efficiency.

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  • Utility Solar Water Heating Initiative and Energy Star (2011)

    This letter was written by Chip Bircher of USH2O, a solar thermal water heating industry group, to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It answers questions that the EPA had regarding solar thermal water heating and its eligibility for the Energy Star Program.

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  • AEE INTEC: Applications for Solar Thermal Systems (2005)

    This fact sheet was published by the British Columbia Agriculture Council (BCAC). It provides information on the how agricultural producers can evaluate their operations to determine if solar thermal systems would be a productivity enhancing and money saving addition.

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  • Advancement of Solar Thermal Technologies (2010)

    This presentation was created by Jane H. Davidson of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Minnesota. It focuses on large scale power generation for possible industrial use of solar thermal.

    According to the presentation, concentrated solar power in the Southwest...

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  • Solar Thermal for Industrial Uses (2011)

    This issue brief, created and distributed by the Environmental and Energy Study Institute, discusses the current status of solar thermal energy and its potential in industrial applications. Taking a business approach to solar thermal heating, it addresses the potential demand...

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  • Solar Thermal Mayo Energy Agency Ltd. (Date no Specified)

    Since the beginning of time, the sun has been the source of energy and life on earth. It is a huge nuclear reactor, at 6,000 ºC, which provides our planet with heat and light. A solar water heater is an efficient and reliable technology that converts sunlight into heat to...

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  • Denmark: Abundant Biomass, Little Solar in Industry Incentive Scheme

    Denmark: Abundant Biomass, Little Solar in Industry Incentive Scheme

    Danish incentive programme RE for Production Processes has been extended by another year until 2021. In 2014, in its first full year, the scheme supported 196 renewable projects, of which only one included solar heat. Since the programme began in August 2013, it has funded all together ten...
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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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