International Solar Energy Society (ISES) Solar World Congress (SWC 2017) - 5th International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry (SHC 2017)
The International Solar Energy Society (ISES) Solar World Congress (SWC) 2017 will be held together with the 5th International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry (SHC 2017). The theme of this joint event is: "Innovation for the 100% renewable energy transformation".
Themes and recommended topics for abstract submission include:
Post date: 10 Gen 2017
Within the PV Financing project, Housing Europe has contributed to highlight the specific nature and potential of the sector as beneficiary of the investment in solar energy. European guidelines to help investors, public authorities and housing providers to develop a business case have just recently been published.
Post date: 9 Gen 2017
The 14th edition of the PV Status Report by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) gives an overview of the current trends in PV industry. Over the last 15 years, this industry the has grown from a small group of companies and key players into a global business where information gathering is becoming increasingly complex.
Post date: 3 Gen 2017
Building America Webinar: Advanced Technical Solutions for Zero Energy Ready Homes -- Renewable Integration
This webinar from Building America, presents a review of the costs and performance of residential building-integrated PV, as well as some of their unique installation considerations and code requirements.
The presenter for this webinar will be Tim Merrigan with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
Wednesday 16 November 2016
Post date: 21 Ott 2016
The 7th International Conference on Solar Air Conditioning will be held in Tarragona, Spain. Following the 2nd Conference hosted in Tarragona 2007, this next conference returns to Spain to celebrate 12 years of successful networking of solar cooling researchers, industrial companies and technology developers.
Spain is now, more than ever, one of the hot spots for cooling in Europe.
Post date: 17 Ott 2016
Crowdfunding a renewable future
Crowdfunding is a popular way for people to invest. In 2015, an estimated 4.2 B € was raised through crowdfunding platforms in Europe. And, increasingly it is being used to finance the growth of renewable energy.
Post date: 13 Ott 2016
This report, produced by the Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, documents the accelerated deployment of five clean energy technologies thriving in the U.S. market – wind turbines, solar technologies for both utility-scale and distributed photovoltaic (PV), electric vehicles (EVs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The document builds upon previous reports and describes the decreasing cost and increasing deployment of all five technologies in the United States since 2008.
Post date: 4 Ott 2016
Peripheral areas often face poverty, crime, waste, pollution and decay. A new trend, however, considers suburbs the best places to develop green initiatives and energy efficiency interventions. Now a social housing building in Zaragoza, Spain, is piloting the regeneration of a suburb
Peripheral neighbourhoods are often spaces of poverty, unemployment and urban decay. But now many peripheral areas are becoming laboratories of innovation, hosting initiatives for a sustainable future.
Post date: 1 Set 2016
This report, released by the ZERO-PLUS project, is on the combined energy and environmental performance of the proposed energy production and management technologies. More specifically, the document covers the final results from building modelling and simulation on the expected energy and environmental performance for eight types of residential buildings (ranging from villas to apartment buildings for social housing) across four case studies (Cyprus, France, Italy, United Kingdom).
Post date: 31 Ago 2016
This guide, released by the Zero Carbon Hub, is a step-by-step guide for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) housebuilders on building energy efficient homes cost effectively. It begins with highlighting high areas of cost risk when building a low energy home and focuses specifically on photovoltaics (PV) and solar thermal, wall insulation, heating, airtightness and ventilation, thermal bridges and orientation.
Post date: 16 Ago 2016