solar thermal systems

The Danish Technological Institute offers this one-day course on the basics for giving advice on solar thermal installations.   It deals with the assessment of needs and design based on location and the calculation of the financial aspect and profitability of a solar thermal installation.   The course is mainly targeted towards persons working in the design and installation of domestic hot water systems, such as plumbers. The full course costs DKK 3990.  
Post date: 28 Ott 2013
Type: Link

This scheme is now closed.   The Department of Environment of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure of Luxembourg, in collaboration with the Ministry of Housing, has developed a financial aid plan for energy measures in the housing sector for the period 2013 to 2016. The corresponding Grand Ducal Regulation was published in December 18, 2012.   The scheme covers the following:  
Post date: 24 Ott 2013
Type: Link

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Post date: 7 Ago 2013
Type: Evento

This website has been created in the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe 'SDHtake-off - Solar District Heating in Europe' and 'SDHplus – New Business Opportunities for Solar District Heating and Cooling' projects. These projects are supporting the market rollout of solar thermal district heating in Europe.
Post date: 27 Mag 2013
Type: Link

Solar thermal systems gain in popularity due to rising energy prices, attractive funding and new legal frameworks.   The training course "Certified Solar Heating Installer", provided by Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), provides theoretical and practical foundations for the proper design, installation and assembly of high quality solar thermal systems. Target groups for the course are:  
Post date: 17 Mag 2013
Type: Link

This scheme is now closed.    Dotácie na slnečné kolektory a kotly na biomasu   Within this scheme, subsidies were provided to owners of houses and apartment buildings for the installation of biomass boilers and/or solar thermal collectors that met certain minimum technical criteria.  
Post date: 30 Apr 2013
Type: Link

Founded in December 2008, the heat fund has been set up to support the production of heat from renewable sources.    The Heat Fund supports the development of the use of biomass (forestry, agriculture, biogas ...), geothermal energy (in direct use or through heat pumps), solar heat, energy recovery and the development of heat networks using these energies.   The sectors concerned are collective housing, communities and business.  
Post date: 30 Apr 2013
Type: Link

Programa Solcasa / Solcasa GIT   1) Solcasa   The aim of the programme Solcasa is to establish a funding mechanism that promotes quality and is tailored to the specific needs of users of solar thermal systems.   Companies dealing in the supply and installation of solar thermal systems in buildings may participate in this scheme and gain access to funding, as long as they can demonstrate a certain level of quality in technical services and organisational structure.
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
Type: Link