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Congratulations to ESTIF member, winner of the Intersolar AWARD 2015 with an innovative solar collector field with plasma technology for steam generation
Date: Thursday 11. of June 2015

ESTIF congratulates its member Ritter Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Ritter XL Solar GmbH, winner of the Intersolar 2015 Award in the Solar Projects in Europe category, as a strong partner in a challenging solar air conditioning project.

2015 IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Conference in Istanbul, Turkey
Date: Tuesday 31. of March 2015

Freiburg, Germany – March 31, 2015 – SHC 2015, the International Energy Agency Solar Heating and Cooling Conference will take place in Istanbul from December 2-4, 2015 in collaboration with the newest IEA SHC country member, Turkey. This year the IEA is partnering with ESTIF, the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation, and GÜNDER, Turkey Section of the International Solar Energy Society to hold the conference in Istanbul, Turkey. As in previous years, PSE in Freiburg, Germany, will be the...

How to Become Number 1 in Renewables
Date: Tuesday 17. of March 2015

Brussels, 17 March 2015 - Statement on How to Become Number 1 in Renewables. A contribution from the biomass, geothermal and solar thermal sectors

Germany improves its Market Incentive Programme for renewable heating (MAP)
Date: Thursday 12. of March 2015

12 March 2015 - The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety published yesterday, during the international trade fair ISH 2015, its new Market Incentive Programme for renewable heating (MAP) with improved eligibility conditions for the promotion of solar thermal systems. It will enter into force on 1 April.

“Energy Union” launched today by the European Commission
Date: Wednesday 25. of February 2015

Reaction from the renewable heating & cooling industry to the “Framework strategy for a resilient energy union with a forward-looking climate change policy"

Energy Union: joint letter from the European RES associations to President Junker
Date: Thursday 19. of February 2015

The European associations representing the industry send a joint letter to the European Commission President Junker in support of his efforts towards making the EU “the world number one in renewable energies”

Two million solar heating systems now in operation in Germany!
Date: Tuesday 10. of February 2015

Congratulations to our German members for their great achievement. This positive news has just been released by the German solar trade associations, BDH and BSW.

Newly re-elected ESTIF Board of Directors keen to carry on the good work towards market recovery
Date: Wednesday 17. of December 2014

Brussels, 17 December 2014. At their General Assembly, on 5 December in Brussels, members of the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) re-elected the outgoing Board of Directors, with Stephan Fintelmann from KBB Kollekterbau joining as the second industry representative.

Solar Certification Fund: 6th call for proposals launched
Date: Wednesday 26. of November 2014

 

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 Brussels, 26 November 2014. The Solar Certification Fund launches its 6th call for project proposals. Since its first call in 2011, this fund has contributed over half a million Euros to 50 projects related to the support of certification and standardisation as well as to the development of quality assurance for the advancement of the solar thermal technology.

The European Solar Certification Fund (SCF) was established by the Solar Keymark Network in 2010 and launched...

EU 2030 energy and climate targets: The right regulatory framework will lead us way beyond 27% for renewables!
Date: Friday 24. of October 2014

Brussels. 24 October 2014. The European Council has set a binding 40% GHG emissions reduction target, a minimum 27% for renewables - only binding at EU-level- and an indicative 27% for energy efficiency. These targets fall short of the needs of Europeans. More can be achieved with renewables for heating and cooling, and consistent actions on energy security, affordability and climate protection.

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Congratulations to ESTIF member, winner of the Intersolar AWARD 2015 with an innovative solar collector field with plasma technology for steam generation
Date: Thursday 11. of June 2015

ESTIF congratulates its member Ritter Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Ritter XL Solar GmbH, winner of the Intersolar 2015 Award in the Solar Projects in Europe category, as a strong partner in a challenging solar air conditioning project.

2015 IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Conference in Istanbul, Turkey
Date: Tuesday 31. of March 2015

Freiburg, Germany – March 31, 2015 – SHC 2015, the International Energy Agency Solar Heating and Cooling Conference will take place in Istanbul from December 2-4, 2015 in collaboration with the newest IEA SHC country member, Turkey. This year the IEA is partnering with ESTIF, the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation, and GÜNDER, Turkey Section of the International Solar Energy Society to hold the conference in Istanbul, Turkey. As in previous years, PSE in Freiburg, Germany, will be the...

How to Become Number 1 in Renewables
Date: Tuesday 17. of March 2015

Brussels, 17 March 2015 - Statement on How to Become Number 1 in Renewables. A contribution from the biomass, geothermal and solar thermal sectors

Germany improves its Market Incentive Programme for renewable heating (MAP)
Date: Thursday 12. of March 2015

12 March 2015 - The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety published yesterday, during the international trade fair ISH 2015, its new Market Incentive Programme for renewable heating (MAP) with improved eligibility conditions for the promotion of solar thermal systems. It will enter into force on 1 April.

“Energy Union” launched today by the European Commission
Date: Wednesday 25. of February 2015

Reaction from the renewable heating & cooling industry to the “Framework strategy for a resilient energy union with a forward-looking climate change policy"

Energy Union: joint letter from the European RES associations to President Junker
Date: Thursday 19. of February 2015

The European associations representing the industry send a joint letter to the European Commission President Junker in support of his efforts towards making the EU “the world number one in renewable energies”

Two million solar heating systems now in operation in Germany!
Date: Tuesday 10. of February 2015

Congratulations to our German members for their great achievement. This positive news has just been released by the German solar trade associations, BDH and BSW.

Newly re-elected ESTIF Board of Directors keen to carry on the good work towards market recovery
Date: Wednesday 17. of December 2014

Brussels, 17 December 2014. At their General Assembly, on 5 December in Brussels, members of the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) re-elected the outgoing Board of Directors, with Stephan Fintelmann from KBB Kollekterbau joining as the second industry representative.

Solar Certification Fund: 6th call for proposals launched
Date: Wednesday 26. of November 2014

 

PRESS RELEASE

 Brussels, 26 November 2014. The Solar Certification Fund launches its 6th call for project proposals. Since its first call in 2011, this fund has contributed over half a million Euros to 50 projects related to the support of certification and standardisation as well as to the development of quality assurance for the advancement of the solar thermal technology.

The European Solar Certification Fund (SCF) was established by the Solar Keymark Network in 2010 and launched...

EU 2030 energy and climate targets: The right regulatory framework will lead us way beyond 27% for renewables!
Date: Friday 24. of October 2014

Brussels. 24 October 2014. The European Council has set a binding 40% GHG emissions reduction target, a minimum 27% for renewables - only binding at EU-level- and an indicative 27% for energy efficiency. These targets fall short of the needs of Europeans. More can be achieved with renewables for heating and cooling, and consistent actions on energy security, affordability and climate protection.

 

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