Finance and Incentives

  • Great Britain: Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) under Public Review

    Great Britain: Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) under Public Review

    The UK Government is currently seeking views on the introduction of a Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme to start in April 2011. Responses to the consultation are invited by Monday 26th April 2010. Details can be...

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  • Renewable Energy Policy Country Profiles (2009)

    This report, published in the framework of the Re-Shaping project, provides an overview of the existing RES support schemes in the 27 EU Member States. The project RE-Shaping aims to assist Member States in preparing for the implementation of the RES Directive (2009/28/EC) and to guide a...

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  • Solar Thermal in Lazio Region (2010)

    This report, produced within the ProSTO project, presents solar thermal energy in the Italian region of Lazio. The document outlines the Italian legislative framework on energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy sources and explains how to implement a solar thermal ordinances at local...
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  • USA: Sunny Outlook after a stagnating Market in 2009

    USA: Sunny Outlook after a stagnating Market in 2009

    The discussions at the 2nd German-American Energy Days in Berlin this March dealt with the opportunities and challenges of the US solar thermal market: Ed Murray (Aztec) presented the insights he gained from studying its development.
    Photo: AHK USA/dena 

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  • Soleil de Nefta – Solar City in the South-West of Tunisia

    Soleil de Nefta – Solar City in the South-West of Tunisia

    Will this be the future of Nefta? The Soleil de Nefta project foresees the installation of solar energy systems of about 20 MW by 2016, in order to produce hot water, solar electricity and solar cooling energy for the city of Nefta in the south-west of Tunisia.
    Photo: ANME...

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  • “There has been a Lot of Market Turmoil in Australia”

    “There has been a Lot of Market Turmoil in Australia”

    Solarthermalworld wanted to investigate why the Australian Government decided to discontinue its Solar Water Heater Rebate Programme and conducted an interview with Stephen Cranch, Sales and Marketing Manager of Solahart Industries Pty Ltd Australia.
    Photo: Solahart

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  • Malaysia Discovers the Advantages of Solar Thermal Technology

    Malaysia Discovers the Advantages of Solar Thermal Technology

    Organized by Benoit Hennaut, then President & CEO of Monier Sdn Bhd (left), the Malaysian Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Peter Chin Fah Kui (middle), met in February 2010 with German solar thermal consultant Werner Koldehoff.

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  • Mexico Solar Panels for Climate Protection (22.02.2010)

    This short report prepared by DW TV shows how Mexico is trying to reduce CO2 emissions, by launching incentive programmes for the purchase of solar water heater systems in the country, while struggling against the low environmental awareness of the population The TV show interviewed a...

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  • France: Dissatisfying Market Development in 2009

    France: Dissatisfying Market Development in 2009

    Collective systems are on the rise in France: This photo shows the youth hostel of the Association Logis des Jeunes de Provence in the city of Cannes in the South of France. Photo: Enerplan

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