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Newsletter March 2021

#SolarHeatWomen: Women leaders in the solar thermal sector

Every day, women around the world work hard to promote solar thermal technology and solutions. But a clear gender gap persists. And the few women who have made it to the top often do not get the visibility they deserve. To shine a light on their successes, has launched a Twitter campaign under the hashtag #SolarHeatWomen. Each month, it celebrates another outstanding woman driving the solar heat market forward, highlighting her job and expertise. is always open to suggestions for new candidates. If you know an outstanding woman in the solar heat sector, let us know. Photos: private
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“Reducing the level of harmful air pollutants is vital”

Be it the Western Balkans, Mongolia or Kazakhstan, Greg Gebrail from EBRD is there to offer technical and policy support for solar district heating. He is well placed to talk about best immediate opportunities for SDH.

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25-year heat supply contract for 4 MW SDH plant

Local expertise and local investors are behind a EUR 2 million community SDH project in Friesach, Austria. And 80 % of its added value will remain in the region.

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Rush on industrial solar heat in Germany

In Germany, demand for high-temperature solar process heat is growing rapidly. In the past months, Soliterm has conducted an ever-greater number of prefeasibility studies in several sectors, especially in the food industry. 

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PV-Thermal: Major markets and most sought-after technologies

IEA SHC Task 60, Application of PVT Collectors, shows how a fruitful collaboration between industry and research can lead to a thorough analysis of current and future technological developments.

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China sees strong growth in demand for solar space heating

The Chinese solar thermal industry ended the pandemic year on a high note, as companies in the sector sold a total of 27.038 million m2 (18.9 GWth) of collector area throughout 2020, leading to a fairly low annual decline of only 5 % compared to 2019.

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Strategies to promote solar envelopes

Prefabrication, a customisable appearance and an interdisciplinary planning process can increase the uptake of solar envelope systems, the IEA SHC Task 56 research group has found.

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SRIAs pave the way for a clean energy future
by Frank Stier

"The European demand for heating and cooling could be met entirely by renewable energies not only in the year 2050, but as early as 2040,” is proven by the RHC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda.

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“RHC becomes far cheaper than fossil energy in every way”
by Frank Stier

Which research and innovation priorities need to be set for buildings, industry, cities and districts to boost the renewable heating and cooling market? Interview with Marco Calderoni, Chairman of RHC-ETIP.

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