5th Newsletter - June 2012

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Overview
27/06/2012
with this fifth newsletter of our Intelligent Energy Europe Project on Solar District Heating we would like to inform you about recent sector developments, project results and upcoming events. We hope to awake your interest in our activities. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us for any further information.

Your SDH-Project Team
June 2012

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26/06/2012

Very innovative approaches for integrating large scale solar thermal into modern district heating systems are applied in Braedstrup. This workshop includes a plant visit tour by the operating district heating company, and will allow participants to get in touch with this Danish success story.

26/06/2012

This workshop was organized during the EU Sustainable Energy Week (18-22 June 2012). Representatives of the district heating sector, local authorities and enterprises discussed with experts how solar district heating can contribute to a sustainable and renewable heat supply for cities and villages.

26/06/2012

This new tool allows users to search for companies with long term experience on the field of solar district heating.

26/06/2012

Büsingen will be the ninth ‘Bioenergiedorf’ (bioenergy village) in Baden-Würtemberg, with a new district heating net, fed by a biomass and solar thermal plant.

26/06/2012

The training course held in May within the Solarexpo Fair in Verona saw the participation of 15 people from utilities and 8 more attendants. The participants could discuss practical issues about project development and economic feasibility of SDH plants with Riccardo Battisti, from the company Ambiente Italia, and Per Kristensen, manager of the Braedstrup SDH plant in Denmark.

26/06/2012

About 30 distributed SDH systems, with 50 to 1 100 m2 collector area, have been connected to district heating systems in Sweden the last 10 years. The majority of systems are owned by municipal companies and all are operated under a feed-in contract. Design and operational results of 18 systems will be presented at a seminar in early autumn 2012 in Malmö.

26/06/2012

Outputs of the SDHtake-off project were presented at the conference Alternative Energy Sources 2012 in Kroměříž (10th June to 12th June 2012). The conference, with about 200 participants from the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, is held every two years.
Visit the conference website.

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NEW Brochure and Project Leaflets
European Large Scale Solar Heating Plant Database
European Large Scale Solar Heating Plant Database
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Download all SDH guidelines in one file
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