Product News, Switzerland

  • Task 51 Map

    IEA Task 51: Challenges in Urban Planner Education

    Cities and large municipalities all around the world have taken the lead in sustainability, and urban planners find themselves in the important position of having to devise solutions for integrating renewable and energy efficiency measures at local level. Each city has its own unique set of...
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    Switzerland: Rising Interest in PVT Technologies

    The Swiss-based SPF - Institute of Solar Technology has recently published a report on behalf of EnergieSchweiz, a programme by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy, about the market situation of PV-thermal technologies (PVT) in Switzerland and across all of Europe (see attached document in...
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  • Otti Symposium

    Europe: Collector Field Is Main Cost Driver of Industrial Solar Heat Plants

    Scientists from Germany and Switzerland have recently analysed the cost structures of systems producing solar process heat. They presented their findings in mid-May at the Solar Thermal Energy Symposium, where they said they had identified great potential for cost-cutting and discovered a...
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  • Villa Castelli

    IEA SHC: How to Turn Historic Structures into Nearly Zero Energy Buildings

    More than one-fourth of all residential buildings in Europe date from before 1945. Over the past decade, preservationists have taken to the idea of renovating historic structures in an energy-efficient manner. The planned IEA SHC task titled Deep Renovation of Historic Buildings Towards...
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  • IEA SHC: New Task to Push Emerging PVT Industry

    Inventors and start-ups have been trying to combine photovoltaic and solar thermal collectors into one product for many years. Finally, a new industry seems to be emerging. The IEA SHC task Application of PVT collectors and new solutions with PVT systems, which is currently being...
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  • District Heating Potential

    IRENA: Renewable District Heating and Cooling Roadmap to 2030

    The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has published an industry roadmap for Renewable Energy in District Heating and Cooling (DHC) as part of its REmap 2030 project. This study analysed the current state of the DHC market in eleven countries – with a focus on district...
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  • 6. Nationale Solarwärme-Tagung 2017, Dübendorf

    The 6th Nationale Solarwärme-Tagung will take place on 8 November at NEST Forschungs- und Innovationsgebäude, Dübendorf, Switzerland. All presentations will be performed in German. 
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  • Glasspoint

    Miraah in Oman: “Ahead of Schedule and Under Budget”

    Replacing gas with sunshine for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is a cost-effective solution. This is the key message of US-based company Glasspoint, which has mobilised the biggest investment ever in a solar steam-producing unit in Oman. State-owned Petroleum Development Oman is building a...
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  • Solarwärme Schweiz

    Switzerland: Borehole Storage Regeneration as Solar Thermal’s Ray of Hope

    On 24 November, the fifth Solar Heat Switzerland (Solarwärme Schweiz) conference organised by the solar industry association Swissolar, the building services association suissetec and the Federal Office of Energy was held in Lucerne, Switzerland. As 2017 funding for solar heat incentives...
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    IEA SHC: New PVT System Enhancement Research

    After seven years, the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (IEA SHC) is planning to launch another international research cooperation on PVT technology. PVT includes panels which combine photovoltaics and solar thermal into one unit either as glazed or unglazed systems. The first and...
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  • ESTIF

    Europe: ESTIF Publishes Comprehensive Market Analysis

    Last year, the amount of newly installed glazed collector area added up to 2.7 million m² (1.9 GWth) in the European Union’s E28 and Switzerland combined. It is another decline compared to the previous year, this time by 7 %. The annual market statistics of the European Solar Thermal...
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