IRENA, the International Renewable Energy Agency, together with the Government of the Republic of Cyprus organized an event on renewable energy applications for island tourism. During this 2-day conference, Panagiotis Tsekouras, Mechanical Engineer at CRES, the Greek Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Savings, reported on solar thermal cooling in the tourism industry. It shows that the use of solar thermal energy for cooling system helps saving money, reducing the electricity use by 87% and is a big step towards green tourism.
This presentation on the optimization of a low temperature solar district heating system was given by Canmet ENERGY at the 2nd International Solar District Heating Conference in Hamburg in June 2014. After a short introduction on Solar District Heating in Canada, the presentation focuses mainly on the only solar district heating site nationwide, named Drake Landing, and shares information on its capacity, performances and technology. The speaker also provides the results of a comparison study where domestic hot water is supplied by a standalone SDHW like the one in Drake Landi
This guide was written as part of the Global Solar Water Heating (GSWH) Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative, which is the result of a joint collaboration between the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation and the Global Environment Fund (GEF) of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
This presentation was given by Sunmark Solutions’ Leo Holm at the International Solar District Heating Conference, held from 3-4 June in Hamburg, Germany. The speaker explains how his company built a large scale solar plant, the Pampa Elvira Solar Project, on one of CODELCO’s mining operations in Gabriela Mistral in the middle of the Atacama desert in Chile where weather conditions can be extreme.