Process Heat

  • 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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  • SHIP plants

    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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  • IEA Paper: How to Decarbonise the Industrial Sector

    The industrial sector is the hardest to decarbonise. “Stakeholders are in fierce competition, so to adapt any source that is even slightly more expensive than the fossil fuels they are used to is difficult,” Cédric Philibert, Senior Analyst in the IEA Renewable Energy Division, said during...
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    SHC 2017 / Helvi Ileka: Solar Heat reduces Energy Imports for Namibia

    Namibia is southern Africa´s front runner in terms of solar energy. Solar could provide energy security for the country that depends heavily on fuel imports. This includes power and water heating for homes, but also heat for the food and mining industry and desalination of water. Helvi Ileka...

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  • Horizon 2020

    EU Funding for Solutions to Decarbonise Heating and Cooling Market

    A search for ‘solar thermal’ in a recently published 195-page document titled Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy will not return encouraging results (see the attached document). The publication by the Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2018-2020 shows only 6 entries in total. “Solar thermal is...
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  • Solplat

    Spain: Stakeholder Platform Solplat to Promote New Applications

    On 4 October 2017, the Spanish Ministry of Economy hosted the first general meeting of the newly created Technology Platform on Low Temperature Solar Thermal, Solplat. Funded by the ministry and promoted by Spain’s solar association ASIT, the umbrella platform was created to help companies...
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  • Rackam

    USA: Concentrated Solar Thermal for Biosolid Drying

    Since the summer, two parabolic trough collectors have been drying sludge at a waste water treatment plant in Surprise in the state of Arizona, USA. The test project was developed by US-based Heat2Hydro to evaluate the effectiveness of this solution. The objective is to reduce the water...
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  • TrustEE

    TrustEE Facilitates ESCO Project Financing in Industry

    The implementation of energy efficiency measures and the use of renewables can help manufacturing businesses cut costs and prepare them for when they will have to compete in a decarbonised market. However, even outstanding technical designs often fail to secure financing. The EU’s TrustEE...
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