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Renewable energy use rises in Germany

Lessened FIT, feed-in tariffs, high wattage potential and the increasing opportunities of energy deposit define renewable energy systems and make it a more appealing choice for German solar manufacturers. Solar power is being used by an increasing number of households and they utilize personalized plant designation, energy administration and cache. Consumers of solar energy are […]

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July 24th, 2013 | Posted in _featured slider,Europe,Market News,Solar PhotoVoltaics,Solar Thermal | Read More »

Renewable energy supply will go beyond gas by 2016 at a global scale

Gas will be exceeded by renewable energy worldwide until 2016, reaching almost a quarter of the planet’s power supply by 2018, by 2016 it will exceed that from gas and be the twice of that of nuclear plants. It has already exceeded overall consumption of electricity in China by 2012. Broadcasted on Wednesday, this year’s […]

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June 28th, 2013 | Posted in _featured slider,Biomass,Energy Market,Geothermal,INDUSTRY,Market News,Solar PhotoVoltaics,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

German manufacturer delivers solar thermal system to Kabul

Many hours of sun at consistently low temperatures: The winter in Afghanistan is predestined for the use of solar heat. The German collector manufacturer REM, Rottenburg/Laaber, has now delivered the first solar thermal system for a multiple dwaelling with 20 flats in Kabul – the beginning of a series of contracts for a total of […]

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December 18th, 2012 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Solar Thermal,Technology | Read More »

The world’s first country powered completely by the sun

Nestled in the South Pacific lies a paradise-on-earth, called Tokelau. In essence a group of islands, this beautiful country has now been crowned as the world’s first nation to go 100% solar-powered! Using a one megawatt array spread across three atolls, Tokelau is capable of powering 1,400 residents’ lives with renewable energy, generating enough power […]

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November 9th, 2012 | Posted in _featured slider,INDUSTRY,Solar PhotoVoltaics,Solar Thermal | Read More »

Solar ORC systems providing hot water and electricity in Africa seted up by STG International

Electricity isn’t really an energy source that can be yet be taken for granted in certain isolated parts of Africa where more often than not, a regular supply is considered a luxury. STG International, an MIT non-profit has come up with a feasible way to power up clinics and schools in such parts of Africa […]

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August 16th, 2012 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,INDUSTRY,Solar PhotoVoltaics,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

Egypt has one of the first solar-gas hybrid plants in the world

Iberdrola has started its plans to commission the 150-MW Kuraymat power plant due south of Cairo, which fuses solar energy with a combined cycle gas plant, even in Egypt was a “nightmare”. The Integrated Solar Combined Cycle (ISCC) facility was opened this month.

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July 7th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Market News,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,Technology,WORLD | Read More »

Solar thermal power generation has a new research centre

A new solar research institute was established by the German Aerospace Center. The German Aerospace Center has more than 30 years experience in solar energy and solar thermal plants.

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July 4th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,BUSINESS,Energy Market,Europe,Exhibitions,INDUSTRY,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

Algeria discovered solar thermal just one year ago

Algeria is the fourth biggest exporter of natural gas worldwide, the second biggest producer of liquefied petroleum gas and the tenth biggest producer of mineral oil. The consequence is clear: renewable energies are not in the focus of the government.

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July 1st, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

1 Million Solar Water Heaters in Africa by 2015

A major green initiative will take place in Africa. Eskom, the South African utility has announced a plan to install 1 million solar water heaters by 2015 and for many they will be free, because Eskom will offer free 110 liter capacity solar water heaters to the families who use paraffin heaters that cause air […]

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June 28th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Legislation,Market News,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

Solar thermal market is decreasing

A new report has been released focusing on two renewable energy technologies: solar thermal energy for hot domestic water heating and concentrating solar power (CSP) for electricity generation. The EurObserv’ER Solar Thermal Barometer shows different fortunes for the two solar thermal technologies.

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June 27th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Energy Market,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

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