TASK 60: Application of PVT Collectors

This Task will focus on the application of PVT collectors with the aim to assess existing solutions and to develop new system solution principles in which the PVT technology really offers advantages over the classical "side by side installations" of solar thermal collectors and PV modules.

IEA Solar Heating & Cooling Technology Collaboration Programme

The Solar Heating and Cooling Technology Collaboration Programme (SHC TCP) was established in 1977, one of the first programmes of the International Energy Agency, to promote the use of all aspects of solar thermal energy. The SHC TCP's work is unique in that it is accomplished through the international collaborative effort of experts from member countries and the European Union.

The benefits of this approach are:

  • accelerates the pace of technology development
  • promotes standardization
  • enhances national R&D programmes
  • permits national specialization
  • saves time and money

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SHC 2019

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Solar Heat Worldwide
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Solar Heat Worldwide 2017

The cumulated solar thermal capacity in operation by end of 2017 was 472 GWth (675 million square meters). Compared to the year 2000 the installed capacity grew by the factor 7.6.  -- Read More

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Solar UpdateSolar Update

The December 2018 edition of the IEA SHC Newsletter, Solar Update is now available. The Newsletter contains information on SHC 2019 Conference, Next Generation Cooling, Interview: Daniel Mugnier, EuroSun 2018, Standards and Certification, Interview: Jan Erik Nielsen, Solar Academy, Advanced Solar Storage, Horizon 2020, Country Highlight: Portugal, New SHC Publications, SHC Members,and more. -- Read More

 

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