Process Heat

  • Photo: USP

    First heliostat field made in Brazil

    The University of São Paulo in Pirassununga (see photo) is about to get its own field of heliostats on campus. Once completed, the sea of mirrors will focus sunlight onto a receiver connected to an Organic Rankine Cycle system. The heat transfer fluid will be ambient air. The ORC turbine ‘...
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  • Ikea Singapore

    IKEA stores begin to switch over to solar heating and cooling

    IKEA, one of the world´s biggest home furnishing retailers, has demonstrated a strong, long-term commitment to climate protection. By 2020, the company intends to generate as much energy from renewables as it consumes in day-to-day operations. While most of the electricity is now generated...
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  • CBENS 2018

    CBENS to discuss solar heat for industry

    Brazil’s solar energy association ABENS has invited about 500 experts to the solar energy conference CBENS taking place from 17 to 20 April 2018 in Gramado. This year’s event, held in the south of the country, offers a round-table discussion about solar heat for industrial processes, or...
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  • Photo: Jaideep Malaviya

    1,500 preheating systems in India’s silk region

    Solar process heat has gained popularity in the centre of India’s silk production – more specifically, in Sidlaghatta, a town in the southern state of Karnataka. The statistics of Karnataka’s Department of Sericulture shows that a little over 1,500 units between 2 and 10 m² have been...
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  • SHC SWC 2018

    SHC-focused conferences in 2018

    Currently, our 2018 calendar lists 57 events from all corners of the globe. Below is a summary of selected ones that put a clear focus on SHC.Photo: Masdar Institute at Khalifa University of Science and Technology 

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  • PrimeAsia Leather Company

    Solar heat in Vietnam, the new workshop of the world

    A 5,000 m² flat plate collector field is currently being built at PrimeAsia Leather in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Vietnam. The turnkey supplier of the installation is Danish-based Arcon-Sunmark, which has its own...
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  • Greenland

    Australia: Think Big, Think Solar

    In Australia, the deployment of large commercial solar thermal plants is picking up speed. This year, Monash University had a solar field of 0.5 MW put into operation and aims to expand it to 1 MW. The solar heat that is fed into the district heating system of the large campus area in...
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    Spain: Marketing Activities Foster SHIP Market

    The Spanish market for Industrial Solar Heat (SHIP) is still small: Currently, there are only three installations ongoing across the country (see screen shot). Now, the Spanish Solar Concentra platform intends to support market development by identifying 130 potential industrial SHIP...
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  • Bhoovarhan Thirumala

    India: “Gained the trust of our customers”

    Because of a strong order pipeline, the future is looking bright for one Indian solar thermal turnkey supplier: Bhoovarahan Thirumalai, CEO of Aspiration Energy, expects to realise solar heat for industrial processes (SHIP) projects at a total capacity of 20 MW in the next one-and-a-half...
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    SHC 2017 / Jaideep Malaviya: Solar Process Heat for the Industry in India

    India is facing a quickly growing energy demand. At the same time, the country has ambitious targets for carbon reduction. Solar Heat for industrial processes (SHIP) may help overcoming this challenge. Jaideep Malaviya, partner of the programme "Solar Payback" talks about chances, challenges and...
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