Awareness Raising

  • Poland Workshop

    Poland: Solar for More Efficient District Heating Networks

    Poland’s Mazovia Region is one of nine regional actors which have worked together with the Institute for Renewable Energy (IEO, formerly EC BREC), the Polish partner, on the Horizon 2020 project SDHp2m: Solar District Heating – From Policy to Market. On 16 March 2017, IEO organised...
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  • Petra Guest House Jordan

    Jordan: Four Demonstration Plants for Solar Air Conditioning Commissioned

    Jordan is showing rapidly increasing demand for air-conditioning. Total annual emissions from cooling commercial buildings add up to 600,000 tonnes of CO2, an amount equal to emissions from about 120,000 passenger vehicles per year. This has prompted the German Agency for...
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  • Worldmap Process Heat

    World Map of Solar Process Heat Specialists 2017

    Industrial solar heat is far from being a standard yet, but it is more widespread than you might think. The first World Map of Solar Process Heat Specialists shows 71 companies in 22 countries which reported almost 400 reference systems. Together with additional plants included in the...
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  • Argentinia Energe

    Argentina: New Survey Confirms Growth, National Incentives Expected Soon

    Argentina has officially declared 2017 the Renewable Energy Year. A recent report published by the Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial (INTI), a division of the Ministry of Industry, confirms that the national solar thermal market has been growing: An industry survey shows...
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    Eurosun 2016: How ISES advocates for solar energy worldwide

    The International Solar Energy Society (ISES) has been advocating solar energy since the 1960ies. In the interview at the EuroSun 2016, ISES Executive Secretary Jennifer McIntosh and Vice President Eicke explain why in times of solar energy becoming mainstream this work is more important than...

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  • India REI 16 Panel

    India: Industry Demands Equally Assertive Solar Thermal Publicity

    The Indian government should provide the same assertive publicity for solar thermal technology as it had for solar PV because the population still needed to be made aware of the benefits of solar water heating. This was the major concern raised during the panel discussion Policy and...
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  • Vaillant

    Germany: Vaillant Establishes End-Customer Online Platform

    German Vaillant has launched a project which has stirred controversy among installers: Online platform heizungonline.vaillant.de can be used by manufacturers to directly address those end customers who wish to shop online – and send them a “price indication” for a complete heating...
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  • FROnT Project 2

    Europe: Solar Thermal Is Best-Known Renewable Heating Technology

    As part of EU project Fair RHC Options and Trade (FROnT), customers from the residential, non-residential and industrial sector were asked about the key points factoring into their decision on a heating or cooling system. In all sectors, solar thermal was the most widely known renewable...
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