solar thermal systems

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The EnergizAIR project will address a major need by filling the gap between two issues that are generally considered separately by people but which, in fact, are still deeply interlocked: energy consumption and renewable energy production.This will be done by communicating about energy needs covered by renewable energy. The less energy you need, the bigger cover you get with renewable energy!
Post date: 25 May 2014
Type: Link

Post date: 28 Apr 2014
Type: Event

This course will give candidates the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge in the Installation and Maintenance of Solar Thermal Hot Water Systems.   The SGAS ‘Renewables’ courses are accredited by Logic Certification and are fully accepted by all Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) Scheme Providers.    The course has a 2-2.5 days duration and includes the following content:  
Post date: 29 Jan 2014
Type: Link

These French professional rules concern solar combisystems provinding space heating and hot water to renovated houses or existing houses with a new system.The rules include three parts in three separate documents:- The first part (121 pages) describes rules for the design and dimensioning of such solar combisystems (solar collector, water tank, pump, auxiliary heating source, hydronic circuit, controls, heat emitters).- The second part (113 pages) describes rules for installation and commissioning of the system.
Post date: 27 Jan 2014
Type: Publication

These French professional rules concern solar water heaters for domestic use in renovated houses.The rules include three parts in three separate documents:- The first part (79 pages) describes rules for the design and dimensioning of solar domestic water heating systems (solar collector, water tank, pump, auxiliary heating source, hydronic circuit, controls).- The second part (108 pages) describes rules for installation and commissioning of the system.- The third part (62 pages) details rules for maintenance. These rules are the same as in new buildings.
Post date: 27 Jan 2014
Type: Publication

These French professional rules concern solar combisystems provinding space heating and hot water to new houses.The rules include three parts in three separate documents:- The first part (109 pages) describes rules for the design and dimensioning of such solar combisystems (solar collector, water tank, pump, auxiliary heating source, hydronic circuit, controls, heat emitters).- The second part (114 pages) describes rules for installation and commissioning of the system.
Post date: 27 Jan 2014
Type: Publication

GTEC provide a range of renewable energy training courses for both experienced installers and engineers wishing to expand their skills in the most popular of these technologies, as well as employees, directors and sole traders who are wanting to learn more about the renewables industry.    GTEC´s renewable energy courses include:  
Post date: 27 Jan 2014
Type: Link

Business Skills offers City & Guilds 2399 Solar Thermal Systems Installation course.
Post date: 27 Jan 2014
Type: Link