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Joint Renewables Open Letter on Europe's energy security to Presidents Barroso and Van Rompuy
Date: Tuesday 13. of May 2014

On 15 May, the Energy Ministers will meet informally to discuss Europe's dependence on fossil fuels, particularly in relation to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

Pedro Dias appointed new Secretary General for ESTIF
Date: Tuesday 01. of April 2014

Brussels, 1 April 2014 – The ESTIF Board of Directors appoints Pedro Dias as Secretary General of the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation.

Want a competitive Europe? Embrace renewables
Date: Wednesday 19. of March 2014

Brussels, 19 March 2014 – One day ahead of the European Heads of States and Governments’ discussions on the 2030 climate and energy framework proposals, the European renewable energy associations jointly call on EU leaders to fully grasp the long-term benefits of an ambitious nationally binding EU renewable energy target.

Open letter to EU’s Heads of State and Government
Date: Wednesday 19. of March 2014

Brussels, 19 March 2014 - Crisis in Ukraine and energy dependency: investing in renewables for heating and cooling will bring security of supply and more competitiveness

No credible 2030 climate and energy policy framework without heating and cooling
Date: Wednesday 22. of January 2014

Heat Coalition – Common Position

Solar Keymark certification going strong ten years on!
Date: Monday 21. of October 2013

PRESS RELEASE

Brussels, 21 October 2013. Ten years ago, on 20 October 2003, the first ever Solar Keymark certificate was issued. Ten years later, the Solar Keymark is a success story, with around 2000 certificates for collectors and systems held by companies from 40 countries.

The Solar Keymark was conceived ten years ago as a voluntary third-party certification mark for solar thermal products, demonstrating to end-users that a product conforms to the relevant European standards and fulfils...

A+++ solar systems on the market in 2015
Date: Friday 06. of September 2013

Brussels, 6 September 2013 - The eco design and energy labelling regulations for space, water, combi heaters and storage tanks were published today in the Official Journal of the European Union. After many years of effort and a very constructive cooperation between the EU institutions and the solar thermal industry, the energy label will show, in a harmonised and user friendly way, the benefits and savings brought by solar to end consumers all over Europe.

2012 Market statistics: Strong solar thermal uptake vital to achieve 2020 targets
Date: Wednesday 19. of June 2013

Brussels, 19 June 2013 – The latest statistics show that solar thermal is now contributing an estimated 20 TWhth to the thermal energy used in the European Union, with a total installed capacity adding up to 28.3 GWth. However, the latest European Commission’s “Renewable energy progress report” indicates that current and planned policy initiatives are faltering and solar thermal may fall short of the 2020 target by 55%.

Celebrating the past, looking to the future! The European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) marks its 10th anniversary and elects a new Board of Directors
Date: Wednesday 05. of December 2012

Brussels, 5 December 2012 – On 29 November, ESTIF held a reception to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The following day a new board of directors was elected at the General Assembly in Brussels.

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Joint Renewables Open Letter on Europe's energy security to Presidents Barroso and Van Rompuy
Date: Tuesday 13. of May 2014

On 15 May, the Energy Ministers will meet informally to discuss Europe's dependence on fossil fuels, particularly in relation to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

Pedro Dias appointed new Secretary General for ESTIF
Date: Tuesday 01. of April 2014

Brussels, 1 April 2014 – The ESTIF Board of Directors appoints Pedro Dias as Secretary General of the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation.

Want a competitive Europe? Embrace renewables
Date: Wednesday 19. of March 2014

Brussels, 19 March 2014 – One day ahead of the European Heads of States and Governments’ discussions on the 2030 climate and energy framework proposals, the European renewable energy associations jointly call on EU leaders to fully grasp the long-term benefits of an ambitious nationally binding EU renewable energy target.

Open letter to EU’s Heads of State and Government
Date: Wednesday 19. of March 2014

Brussels, 19 March 2014 - Crisis in Ukraine and energy dependency: investing in renewables for heating and cooling will bring security of supply and more competitiveness

No credible 2030 climate and energy policy framework without heating and cooling
Date: Wednesday 22. of January 2014

Heat Coalition – Common Position

Solar Keymark certification going strong ten years on!
Date: Monday 21. of October 2013

PRESS RELEASE

Brussels, 21 October 2013. Ten years ago, on 20 October 2003, the first ever Solar Keymark certificate was issued. Ten years later, the Solar Keymark is a success story, with around 2000 certificates for collectors and systems held by companies from 40 countries.

The Solar Keymark was conceived ten years ago as a voluntary third-party certification mark for solar thermal products, demonstrating to end-users that a product conforms to the relevant European standards and fulfils...

A+++ solar systems on the market in 2015
Date: Friday 06. of September 2013

Brussels, 6 September 2013 - The eco design and energy labelling regulations for space, water, combi heaters and storage tanks were published today in the Official Journal of the European Union. After many years of effort and a very constructive cooperation between the EU institutions and the solar thermal industry, the energy label will show, in a harmonised and user friendly way, the benefits and savings brought by solar to end consumers all over Europe.

2012 Market statistics: Strong solar thermal uptake vital to achieve 2020 targets
Date: Wednesday 19. of June 2013

Brussels, 19 June 2013 – The latest statistics show that solar thermal is now contributing an estimated 20 TWhth to the thermal energy used in the European Union, with a total installed capacity adding up to 28.3 GWth. However, the latest European Commission’s “Renewable energy progress report” indicates that current and planned policy initiatives are faltering and solar thermal may fall short of the 2020 target by 55%.

Celebrating the past, looking to the future! The European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) marks its 10th anniversary and elects a new Board of Directors
Date: Wednesday 05. of December 2012

Brussels, 5 December 2012 – On 29 November, ESTIF held a reception to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The following day a new board of directors was elected at the General Assembly in Brussels.

 

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