Webinar: Potential of solar thermal Technologies and New Business Models
Christian Holter, Managing Director of SOLID and three other speakers will share their knowledge on the global solar thermal market, its potential and new business models. The solar thermal industry is reaching out to new commercial customer groups in the tourism segment, in the housing industry and in the industrial sector.
SOLID goes California
SOLID will open its first branch in California in the mid of June 2015. At the beginning, the company will be located at the Austrian foreign trade department´s business center in Los Angeles. One of the main objectives of SOLID in California is to provide the local market with the company´s worldwide recognized expertise on solar thermal energy and new, innovative solar products, e.g. solar thermal cooling.
SOLID realizes 6 MW Absorption Heat Pump project for TIGAS/Austria.
By end of May 2015, SOLID signed the delivery contract for a 6 MW Absorption Heat Pump with TIGAS, an Austrian utility in Tirol.
The Heat Pump will be used for harvesting 2.5 MW of heat at 40°C that was dissipated with cooling towers until today while providing cooling water at 30°C for the production process.
SOLID at the 5th Congress of Energy Autonomy in Communities on the 25th of June 2015
At the 5th Congress on Energy Autonomy in Communities from the 24th – 26th of June 2015 in Freiburg, Germany, SOLID will give a speech at the forum „Innovative solutions on heat and power supply“ on outstanding solar thermal projects worldwide.
Research in the field of heating grids
Two cooperative research projects with participation of SOLID have been launched in March 2015. Both are concerned with the sustainable and environmentally friendly supply for district heating grids and are supported in the course of the Energy Research Programme 2014 by the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund.
SOLID is bringing in its long term expertise in Solar District Heating technology.
SOLID and representatives from the City of Graz on the trail of northern large solar thermal plants
SOLID´s CEO Christian Holter, experts from SOLID and an official delegation from the city of Graz visited large solar thermal systems in Denmark from the 21st – 22nd of January. The short trip was instrumental in learning how solar companies in Denmark secure supply for large district heating systems, to exchange experiences and have a look at best practice examples in the region. Among others, two plants in Dronninglund and Vojens were of special interest.