This report is a summary of five solar thermal feasibility studies conducted by Stantec Consulting for the British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture. The studies looked at the potential for solar thermal heating and cooling systems to be used in various agricultural applications across British Columbia.
This update on Massachusetts’ photovoltaic and solar thermal hot water programs comes from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. It provides information on the current status of Massachusetts’ various solar thermal incentives and how they are doing at helping to “solarize” the state. Further information on solar thermal incentives can be found here.
This presentation by Solar Trade Association gives guidance on how to maximize the benefits of existing UK government incentive schemes for Solar Thermal and PV installations. It gives detailed information on Feed-in Tariffs (FITs), Renewable Obligations (RO), and most relevantly for solar thermal installations, the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
This presentation of Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI), the economic development agency of the Federal Republic of Germany, serves as a guide to German solar thermal market. Particularly, the presentation contains compiled data about the role of GTAI as facilitator for investing in the solar thermal sector of Germany. GTAI acts as a one-stop-shop for consultation during the whole investment process, covering strategy, decision and implementation of the investment projects.
This presentation was published by the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission. It looks at successful solar thermal residential water heating systems in the Northeast and explores how the technology could also be used in the state of New Hampshire.
This case study was created and published by the American Development Institute (ADI). It discusses one of the largest solar thermal projects in Massachusetts, the 267 panel installation at the Hampshire County Correctional Facility.