Country Status Reports Summary
November 2013 - PDF 0.06MB
By: Uwe Trenkner
This report of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (IEA SHC) summarises the findings of the country status reports published on www.iea-shc.org/country-status-reports.
Country Status Reports Summary
Technology Roadmap: Solar Heating and Cooling
July 2012 - PDF 3.32MB
Publisher: IEA
Solar heating and cooling (SHC) can provide low-carbon emission energy from solar resources that are widespread throughout the world. SHC describes a wide range of technologies, from mature domestic hot water heaters to those just entering the demonstration phase, such as solar thermally driven cooling. This roadmap envisages development and deployment of solar heating and cooling by 2050 to produce 16.5 EJ (4 583 TWhth; 394 Mtoe) solar heating annually, more than 16% of total final energy use for low temperature heat, and 1.5 EJ solar cooling, nearly 17% of total energy use for cooling by that time.
Technology Roadmap: Solar Heating and Cooling
The Potential of Solar Thermal Technologies in a Sustainable Energy Future
Results from 32 Years of International R&D Cooperation
February 2010 - PDF 3.94MB
By: Gerhard Faninger
By collaborating with others, the IEA SHC Programme is working to increase awareness of solar thermal energy‘s potential to contribute significantly to the future supply of energy worldwide. This report supports the awareness to create a Future Sustainable Energy System, based on R&D results from more than 30 years of international co-operation in the IEA Solar Heating Programme.
The Potential of Solar Thermal Technologies in a Sustainable Energy Future
Highlights of 2007
2008 - PDF 3.03MB
This report highlights the recent accomplishments of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme.
The Time for Solar is Now
IEA-SHC Brochure
2007 - PDF 0.37MB
This document is a full color brochure about the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme
The Time for Solar is Now
Solar Energy Activities in IEA Countries 2005
2006 - PDF 1.11MB
Learn what your country and others are doing in the area of solar from the status of government policies, funding levels, R&D, technology advances, and commercial development. This latest edition begins with an overview of national activities and key trends followed by individual country reports with detailed information on national solar activities.
Solar Energy Activities in IEA Countries 2002
December 2002
Editor: Pamela Murphy, Executive Secretary, IEA SHC
The eighth edition of this SHC document reports on the latest status of solar building technologies, funding levels, research, technology advances and commercial developments in 14 IEA countries.
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Solar Thermal Collector Market In IEA Member Countries 1999-2000
December 2002 - PDF 0.91MB
By: Werner Weiss and Gerhard Faninger
This report analyzes solar thermal collector data compiled by the SHC Programme.
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The Power of Solar: Integrating Solar Energy Into Today's Buildings
2002 - PDF 0.13MB
Formed in 1974 as an autonomous body within the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the International Energy Agency (IEA) carries out a program of energy cooperation, including joint research and development of new and improved energy technologies.
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Application Guide for Daylight Responsive Control Systems
February 2001 - PDF 0.33MB
25th Anniversary of The Establishment of The IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Agreement
2001 - PDF 0.9MB
The power point presentation was prepared on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Establishment of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Agreement.
Chairman's Report: Highlights of 2000
January 2000 - DOC 0.05MB
By: Mr. Lex Bosselaar, Executive Committee Chairman
Solar Energy Activities in IEA Countries 1999
November 1999
Editor: S. Blum, International Planning Associates, Inc.
This updated edition outlines the national solar building technology activities in the member countries of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme since 1997. The country reports provide insights into the status of government policies, funding levels, research emphasis, technology advances, and commercial development.
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Customer satisfaction: A focus for research & practice
September 1999 - PDF 0.13MB
By: Hans Westling Promandat AB
Report for the CIB 99 Joint Triennial Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden
Solar Energy Activities in IEA Countries 1993
November 1993 - PDF 0.49MB
Editor: S. Blum, International Planning Associates, Inc.
This brochure provides a glimpse of some of the activities and This report outlines the national solar building technology activities in the member countries of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme. The country reports provide insights into the status of government policies, funding levels, research emphasis, technology advances, and commercial development.
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Working Together for a Solar Future
July 1991
Editor: S. Blum, International Planning Associates, Inc.
This brochure provides a glimpse of some of the activities and accomplishments of the long-term international collaboration of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme to create the solar buildings of the future.
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Solar Collectors and their Fields of Application
Publisher: http://www.zreu.de/