Sweden

  • Construction of largest Swedish SDH plant with parabolics

    Construction of largest Swedish SDH plant with parabolics

    In November, construction began on what will be Sweden’s largest district heating system based on solar concentrating technology. This 3,000 m2 field of parabolic trough collectors (1.5 MWth) is part of a EUR 1.6 million demonstration project that will receive 48 % of...
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  • Great advocates join board of Brussels-based SHE

    Great advocates join board of Brussels-based SHE

    Over the next two years, Solar Heat Europe (SHE) will be represented by both new and re-elected board members. While Costas Travasaros, CEO of Greek-based Prime Laser, will continue to serve as president, the organisation’s general assembly, held on Friday, 4 December, also voted in fresh...
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  • Booklet describes 28 Positive Energy Districts

    Booklet describes 28 Positive Energy Districts

    By 2025, the European Union aims to have supported the design, deployment and replication of 100 Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) through its Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan. PEDs represent a new and complex approach that requires the involvement of a large number of stakeholders...

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  • “Solar thermal cooling reduces the strain on the power grid”

    “Solar thermal cooling reduces the strain on the power grid”

    Global IEA Solar Heating and Cooling research platform Task 65, called Solar Cooling for the Sunbelt Regions, aims to provide countries in Africa, Asia and the MENA region with specifications and know-how of solar thermal and PV air conditioning. To achieve this, researchers and...
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  • Lessons learned from first IEA SHC online meetings

    Lessons learned from first IEA SHC online meetings

    “It worked very, very well and we saved a lot of emissions,” said one of the participants in the two-day online workshop organised by research platform Solar Neighborhood Planning, also known as Task 63. On 11 and 12 March, 42 people based in 10 different countries, ranging from Canada and...
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  • Absolicon to build SHIP demonstration plant at AB InBev brewery

    Absolicon to build SHIP demonstration plant at AB InBev brewery

    Renewable solutions company Greenline Africa, based in South Africa, was one of 17 businesses chosen to join the 100+ Accelerator programme launched by brewing group AB InBev in mid-February in New York. At the kick-off event, it presented the benefits of using the T160 parabolic trough...
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  • Beyond 2020, Gothenburg

    The objective of the event Beyond 2020 – World Sustainable Built Environmental Conference held from 9 to 11 June is to bring the global building sector in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and define its role in meeting these goals by 2030. The event will be organised...

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  • Role of life-cycle costs in NZEB projects

    Role of life-cycle costs in NZEB projects

    How much does it cost to construct, run and maintain a Nearly Zero Energy Building? What energy efficiency and renewable options could work best for a given project? Answering these and other questions is the aim of ...
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  • Clean energy and clean water – a perfect match

    Clean energy and clean water – a perfect match

    Swedish-based Industrial Solar Holding Europe is planning to expand its operations. The company group, which has a wholly owned German subsidiary named Industrial Solar, has issued a rights offering on the private...
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  • Where you can meet renewable heating specialists over the next six months

    Where you can meet renewable heating specialists over the next six months

    The European Green Deal has been the new EU Commission’s most striking announcement to date. Its aim is to make Europe the first carbon-neutral continent in the world by 2050. The commission announced it would propose a European Climate Act in the first 100 days of its term, which is why...
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  • Cities crucial to clean energy transition

    Cities crucial to clean energy transition

    The first edition of the Renewables in Cities Global Status Report was published by REN21, France, at the end of 2019. In all, 380 people, mostly volunteers, contributed to this report, supplying data on the progress of the renewable energy transition across municipalities, including...
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  • Industrial Efficiency 2020, Gothenburg

    Industrial Efficiency 2020 will explore current and emerging trends in industry, such as new business models, digitalisation, industry 4.0, the circular economy and resource efficiency, and discuss the significance of these trends for delivering decarbonisation. The multiple benefits of energy...

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