This presentation reports on a number of solar energy installations throughout Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota. Two of the installations are solar thermal air and water heating systems for an athletic complex and a campus center.
This proposal for expanding the use of solar thermal heating in Brazil was researched and presented by the Federal Technological University of Paraná. The goal of the proposal is to equip the homes in Curitiba, Brazil that measure less than 100 m2 with solar thermal heating systems.
This presentation was given by Werner Weiss of AEE INTEC at a 2013 "Solar Process Heat for Industry" event in Brussels. It outlines the high potential for solar process heat to fulfil the heating and cooling demand of several industries in place of fossil fuels.
The March 2013 edition of this quarterly publication provides a summary of the deployment of renewable heat technologies across the UK under the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) household voucher schemes. Statistics are reported on the number of full applications, accredited installations and capacity installed. The amount of heat generated is also reported, with figures given by month, region and technology.
This case study was written and published by FAFCO Solar Water Heating. It tells the story of how California food processor Stapleton-Spence Packing Company was able to save 37,500 therms per year with a solar thermal water heating system.
This report was written by Eric Buchanan of the University of Minnesota, West Central Research and Outreach Center (WCROC). It provides the preliminary energy data results obtained from the study of a large evacuated tube solar thermal system for building heating and cooling.
This presentation comes from Leigh Seddon of Alteris Renewables, Inc., and was originally presented at the Better Buildings by Design Conference. It makes the case for the use of solar thermal water heating along the whole array of applications, particularly in the Northeast and Vermont.