Task 49
Task 49
SHC Task 49

Solar Heat Integration in Industrial Processes

Solar Thermal World News Stream

Thursday, December 3, 2020 7:02:10 AM
The 18 countries participating in the Central and South Eastern Europe Energy Connectivity Initiative (CESEC) could use renewables to meet 34 % of their energy demand by 2030, with solar thermal installed in buildings being the cheapest replacement option for fossil fuel equipment. These and other key findings can be found in a new report that the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) wrote for the European Commission and published in early October (see the attached PDF). The 2030 solar ...
Monday, November 30, 2020 11:00:06 PM
Industrial solar heat will be a key element of any strategy to decarbonise the industrial sector. A mid-November workshop organised by partners to the EU-funded INSHIP project explained how industrial solar heat options can become affordable when SHIP systems work in concert with other renewable technologies. One of the presentations at the workshop described how a new 998 m2 vacuum tube solar field installed at Rothaus, a state-owned brewery in Germany, is bringing the company closer to its...
Tuesday, November 3, 2020 2:52:28 AM
Any company that wants to be successful in selling industrial solar heat solutions to end users and investors needs standardised project assessment and advanced risk management. To develop such processes is one of the main objectives of the subgroup Guideline to MarketĀ of the IEA SHC Task 64 Solar Industrial Heat. The EU-funded project TrustEE is one pathway to address these challenges by a semi-automatic project assessment platform and new risk management. The key is to reduce the risk for all ...