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it is a moment of good confidence in the development of solar district heating at European level. Good contributions and intense discussions at the second International Solar District Heating Conference in Hamburg in June this year confirmed an increased interest in large scale solar heating plants and a growing number of realizations also outside of Denmark. Market actors and institutions start new efforts. Demo plants and business models as presented in this newsletter are important means for developing the market.
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A new 2000 m² solar thermal plant connected to a district heating net planned for next year in Chemnitz, Germany
Unique Austrian Civic Participation Model for solar thermal plants has almost reached its limit of 1.5 Mio Euro Investments.
Denmark is a front runner when it comes to solar heating on the large scale. ARCON Solar from Skørping/Denmark has just signed an agreement to install what will be the world’s largest solar thermal installation with no less than 52 491 m² solar collectors to be established in Vojens.
The Italian antitrust authority presented the results of the district heating inquiry aimed at verifying the presence of critical issues in market competition in the district heating sector. The consultation started because of some citizens’ / consumers associations’ complaints.
The Repowermap showing specific examples of renewable District Heating and Cooling (DHC) has got new entries since the launch of the SUNSTORE4 website.
Save the date! The 5th International Solar District Heating Conference will take place on 11 and 12 April 2018 in Graz, Austria.
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