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Commercial Solar Thermal Solutions for the Caribbean (2009)

Submitted by Todd Costello on January 4, 2011

This presentation was created by Ecological Technologies Ltd (Eco-Tec), a Jamaican company that specializes in renewable energy technology solutions and energy management consulting; and Solid, a project development and engineering company.

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Europe: 2011 Conferences dedicated to Solar Heating and Cooling

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on December 27, 2010

In Europe, only a few conferences focus exclusively on solar heating and cooling in 2011. Most events combine both solar thermal technology and photovoltaics, with two-thirds of the schedule being reserved for solar electricity and only one third for solar thermal. Please check the event calendar for more information about these events. The few events in 2011 that deal only with solar heating and cooling (and have been included in the event calendar, too) are listed in the following:

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Canada: Retirement Home Solar Cooling

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on December 22, 2010

 Oxford Gardens Retirement Village” 162 vacuum tube collector panels supplying the Oxford Gardens Retirement Village with domestic hot water, a warm water pool, space heating in winter and cooling in summer: According to project leader Suni Ball of Canadian solar system provider Proterra Solar, the system is the largest solar cooling installation in the country. Over 80 guests came to its inauguration in November 2010.
Photo: Oxford Gardens

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USA: ClimateWell wins Technology Contest of General Electrics

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 26, 2010

 ClimateWell absorption chillers” ClimateWell AB, located in Stockholm, is one of 12 companies which were chosen among 4,000 applicants in a ten-week contest organised by US-American General Electric Co (GE). ClimateWell won in the Efficient Appliances category and received a USD 100,000 concept stage grant. Since 2008, the Swedish company has run a production unit for absorption chillers in Spain, similar to the system shown in the picture.
Photo: Kingspan

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India: Ideal Frame Conditions for Solar Heating and Cooling Sector

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 22, 2010

 DIREC 2010” More than 200 participants attended the side-event dedicated to the solar heating and cooling sector during the Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference (DIREC) 2010 in New Delhi, India, at the end of October. International thought leaders highlighted the global development of low-temperature solar applications and the possibilities for widespread distribution of this technology.
Photo: Jaideep Malaviya

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Austria: Campaign with 270 million Impressions

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 1, 2010

 solar campaign” Between February and May 2010, the solar campaign “Clever people heat with the sun” (Schlaue heizen mit der Sonne) promoted solar thermal technology across all of Austria's main media channels: radio, television, newspapers and special interest magazines. The marketing measures reached a total of almost 270 million impressions (see the table below).

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Solar Chiller: Zero-net energy for building air conditioning in hot climates (2007)

Submitted by Todd Costello on October 29, 2010

This fact sheet was created by Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo. It provides information on solar thermal air conditioning strategies and potential programs in Brazil.

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FIFA World Cup 2022: Solar-cooled, 500-seat Showcase Stadium in Qatar

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 27, 2010

 Solar cooling plant in the middle of Qatar's desert” Solar cooling plant in the middle of Qatar's desert: Manufactured by German Mirroxx, the Fresnel collectors with an aperture area of 1,400 m2 (700 kW) deliver the energy for an adsorption chiller which cools a showcase football stadium with 500 seats.
Photo: Gem Advertising and Publications

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Solar Cooling: 20 Questions assess Project Success Rate

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 21, 2010

 Logo Tecsol ” Can a solar cooling system be integrated in my building or my industrial processes? Answering this question with a simple Yes or No is not as easy as it seems. If a solar cooling system turns out to be a feasible investment largely depends on the parameters of the existing heating and cooling system, required temperatures, cooling times, and regional fossil fuel and electricity prices. To see if a solar cooling installation will be a good choice, French engineering company Tecsol is now offering a free-of-charge, online check list on its website: http://www.tecsol.fr/checklist/

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“Hot water demand of 120 litres per day per person”

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 30, 2010

 Johannes Waimer” Being a solar consultant, Johannes Waimer is advising the only solar water heater manufacturer in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai-based Premier Solar Technologies Inc. Twenty years ago, he developed an Integrated Storage Collector (ISC), which is still being manufactured today, in Premier Solar's factory in Dubai Investment Park. Solarthermalworld.org spoke with him about the pros and cons of solar heating and cooling throughout the region.
Photo: Premier Solar Technologies

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