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Linking Low Carbon Technologies with Low Carbon Society

The project „Linking Low Carbon Technologies with Low Carbon Society“ was conducted on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology. In the course of the project a number of recent empirical studies on rebound effects were analysed. Based on this comprehensive analysis an overview of strategies for rebound management was compiled and policy recommendations for the technology sector were developed.

Technology and Innovation Roadmap "BioHeating and Cooling"

The Roadmap links with the energy research strategy of the Austrian Council for Research. It was developped together with national stakeholders from industry to deduct recommendations for policy makers. It includes clear suggestions for research topics until 2020 and provides an outlook on the contribution of biomass to the heating sector of a decarbonised energy system in 2050.

Solar energy - a significant economic factor

Major goals of this study were determination of the number of jobs provided in the thermal solar energy sector, the added economic value created in this sector and the predicted effects of achieving the goals, in order to better evaluate the economic significance of the use of thermal solar energy.

IEA ECBCS Annex 49 Midterm Report (2010)

Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Buildings and Communities
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Process Heat Collectors State of the Art within Task 33/IV (Weiss/Rommel 2008)

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.
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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.
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Solar Heat WorldwideMarkets and Contribution to the Energy Supply 2004

The goal of the report was to document the solar thermal capacity previously installed in the important markets worldwide, and to ascertain the contribution of solar plants to the supply of energy and the CO2 emissions avoided as a result of operating these plants.
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Road Map for Dealing with Non-Permanence in LULUCF and REDD (2010)

To date the land use sector has failed to contribute to achieving climate mitigation goals in proportion to its potential. A major reason for this is the lack of a sufficiently robust and attractive solution to the non-permanence (reversibility) of carbon stocks that would garner stron support from Annex-I country stakeholders, including carbon market investors. Unless a solid solution to the reversibility problem is developed, REDD+ will also fail to result in significant increase in the use of forests to mitigate climate change.
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IEA Demand Side Management Programme - Newsletter #54, 10/2014


Publisher: IEA-Demand Side Management
English, 7 Seiten

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IEA-4E Policy Brief

Auswirkungen der "schrittweisen Abschaffung" ineffizienter Leuchtprodukte (Überarbeitung)

Publisher: IEA 4E

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IEA - 4E "Bright Spark" Newsletter - December 2015


Publisher: IEA - 4E Bright Sparks
English, 5 Seiten

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Nutrient Recovery by Biogas Digestate Processing

(2015)
B. Drosg, W. Fuchs, T. Al Seadi, M. Madsen, B. Linke
Publisher: IEA Bioenergie Task 37
English, 38 Seiten

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Policy Guidelines for Electric Motor Systems (2014)

Diese Policy Guidelines enthalten die Beschreibung eines Motor Policy Toolkits bestehend aus sieben Politiken: Mindeststandards, Labelling, Freiwillige Vereinbarungen mit der Industrie, Energiemanagement Programme, Energieauditprogramme, Unternehmensmotorpolitik, finanzielle Anreize und Bewusstseinsbildung.
K. Kulterer, P. Lackner, R. Werle, C. U. Brunner, M. Ellis
Publisher: IEA-4E Electric Motor Systems Annex
English, 64 Seiten

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IEA Bioenergy Task 39 Newsletter #39 (Mai 2015): Dänemark

Diese Ausgabe des Newsletters beinhaltet neben Neuigkeiten aus der Task, interessanten Berichten, Veranstaltungen und News, einen Schwerpunktartikel über die Entwicklungen im Biotreibstoffbereich in Dänemark.

Publisher: IEA Bioenergy Task 39
English, 11 Seiten

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Correlation of the loss in photovoltaic module performance with the ageing behaviour of the backsheets used (2015)

Die Leistung von Photovoltaikmodulen mit unterschiedlichen Rückseitenfolien vor und nach beschleunigten Alterungstests wurde untersucht. Neben den elektrischen Parametern wurden die Photovoltaikzellen auch mittels Elektrolumineszenz analysiert. Alterungsbedingte Änderungen in den polymeren Materialien wurden durch Thermo-analytische Methoden und Raman- und Infrarotspektroskopie analysiert.
Voronko, Y., Eder, G.C., Knausz, M., et al.
Publisher: Copyright © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
English, 15 Seiten

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International Ventilation Cooling Application Database

Dargestellt werden die aktuellen Ergebnisse der Evaluation der Ventilative Cooling Application Database. Diese besteht aus internationalen Projekten, die Ventilative Kühlung einsetzen und gibt Aufschluss über die Implementierung dieser Kühlstrategie. Neben statistischen Größen werden auch Angaben über technische Komponenten die zur Anwendung kamen erfasst und ausgewertet.
Peter Holzer, Theofanis Psomas, Paul O'Sullivan English, 9 Seiten

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Working document: "The Biorefinery Complexity Index" (2014)

Gerfried Jungmeier et al.
Publisher: IEA Bioenergie Task 42
English, 36 Seiten

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