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Newsletter October 2018

10 years anniversary relaunch 

Solarthermalworld.org celebrates its 10th anniversary by relaunching in a brightly polished design. As the premier address for solar heating and cooling news, the website serves all policy makers, researchers and professionals who want to expand their knowledge of solar thermal or their business opportunities across the globe. With the revised layout, solarthermalworld.org added two new features: De-risking solar heat investments and ESCO – a new business model. They cater to investors, utilities as well as industrial end customers, offering reports on successful case studies, economic feasibility assessments and new promising business models. 
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French SHIP investor partners with technology suppliers
by Bärbel Epp

Kyotherm, a third-party equity investor, is making plans to fund its first-ever installation for solar process heat. It´s a system of about 15,000 m² of collector area to supply a malting plant in France.
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Support for SDH studies in Western Balkans
by Bärbel Epp

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is now funding feasibility studies under a programme called ReDEWeB. Town and city governments as well as project developers can send applications to the bank’s headquarters in London.

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Carefree heat supply package plus green marketing
by Bärbel Epp

Newly founded SWA Solar Wärme Austria is offering solar heat supply to hotels, sports centres, car washes and manufacturing companies. Clients pay individually agreed-on rates, which are up to 20 % lower than current prices.

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“Huge innovative potential for solar air conditioning”
by Bärbel Epp

Eurosun 2018 attracted a fair number of researchers and solar energy specialists from around the world. In all, 350 attended the event, and discussed among others promising developments in solar air conditioning. 

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Transportable Fresnel collectors to supply process heat in Spain
by Riccardo Battisti

Valencia-based start-up Solatom offers small and medium-sized manufacturers a simplified, standardised product. The main component, a preassembled collector, can be installed in just one hour. It has 20 kW of peak thermal power and provides steam at up to 300 °C.

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10,000 m² to help freesias survive the cold
by Bärbel Epp

G2Energy, a Dutch-based solar thermal supplier, has completed one-quarter of a 10,000 m², or 7 MWth, solar field ordered by freesia grower Tesselaar. The system provides heat for greenhouses and will soon replace all the gas boilers on site.

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Three November events to promote SHIP

A lot of efforts still need to be put into raising awareness about solar thermal technologies meeting industrial heat demand. But the good news is that there are three events planned for November to promote SHIP among end customers in industry, one each in Mexico, Spain and Brazil.

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