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Newsletter of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme, Topics: Renovating houses to meet high energy standards, Solar Forecasting to Support District Heating in Austria, country spotlight - solar thermal in france, Solar + Heat Pumps, Harmonization of Testing Standards and Certification Requirements
Status Report 2009 on Research, Development and Market Deployment of Solar Thermal Technologies in Austria. Presented to the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme in July 2009
Approximately 128 GWth, the equivalent of 183 million square meters, of solar thermal collectorswere installed by the year 2006 worldwide (Weiss et al., 2008). Until now, the widespread use of solarthermal applications has focused almost exclusively on swimming pools and residential domestichot water preparation and space heating.
Potential for Solar Heat in Industrial Processes (Claudia Vannoni/Riccardo Battisti/Serena Drigo 2008)
The goal of this report, developed in the framework of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme Task33 and IEA SolarPACES Programme Task IV - Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (SHIP), is to highlightthe potential use of solar thermal (ST) plants to provide heat for industrial applications. In order to fulfil thisaim, several national potential studies were surveyed and compared with a focus on the key results and themethodologies applied.
Industrial Process Indicators and Heat Integration in Industries (Brunner/Slawitsch/Giannakopoulou/Schnitzer 2008)
The goal of this report, developed in the framework of the Task33/IV - Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (SHIP) of theInternational Energy Agency, is to give an overview of the toolswhich have been developed within this IEA Task 33/IV.
The solar thermal collector capacity in operation worldwide equaled 107.8 GWth corresponding to 154 million square meters at the end of the year 2005. Of this, 90.7 GWth were accounted for by flat-plate and evacuated tube collectors and 16.2 GWth for unglazed plastic collectors. Air collector capacity was installed to an extent of 0.9 GWth.
Design Guidelines - Solar Space Heating of Factory Buildings With Underfloor Heating Systems (Jaehnig/Weiss 2008)
The energy required for the space heating of factory buildings and warehouses can be a major percentageof the energy consumption of a company. While in some cases, waste heat from other processesin the company is available and is the most cost effective way to heat a factory building, aninteresting option is to use solar energy to cover the heat demand of an industrial building.
Experts in the joint work of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme and the IEA Energy Conservation in Buildings and Community Systems, SHC Task 28/ECBCS Annex 38: Sustainable Solar Housing, collaborated to research how better to build very low energy, solar housing.