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Solar thermal energy at El Palace Hotel Barcelona

17/11/2016

The reform of the boiler room and the installation of a new solar thermal energy system in the old five-star Ritz Hotel of great prestige in Catalonia has achieved reductions of almost 50% in energy expenditure, 63% of NOx emissions and 23% of CO2 emissions, compared to the old plant.

Solar harvesters offer 75% solar performance

05/08/2016

Solar mechanical harvesters are a significant paradigm shift in the use of solar energy and its evolution, from trying to capture the sun to harvesting it.

 

Solar thermal panels of 15 hospitals of Castilla y Leon have saved 1.5 million euro

11/09/2015

Castilla y Leon has 23 public hospitals of which 15 have installed solar thermal panels that have saved the regional coffers some 1.5 million euro in ten years. This initiative is part of the Hospisol program and these panels, placed on almost 4,000 square meters of hospitals rooftops provide hot water.

Solar thermal for district heating is viable and competitive technical and economic level

07/05/2015

Is it feasible from the technical and economic system of urban heating and cooling network view centralized solar powered? According to a study by the IDEA, and with reference to the Ecoenergies Network in Barcelona, ​​if it follows the evolution of expected growth, about 30% of its consumption could come from solar thermal installations.

 

The thermodynamic solar panels for heating and hot sanitary water achieve savings exceeding 70 %

07/03/2014

With the Enerfizentia thermodynamic solar panels, water can be heated or cooled through the principles of thermodynamics with energy savings well above average. Their installation for replacement of traditional fossil fuels (propane / natural gas / diesel) in applications such as hot sanitary water, pools and heating and /or air conditioning can achieve savings of over 70 %.

A home for elderly and people in need installs solar energy in Tenerife

20/03/2013

Hogar Santa Rita Foundation of Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife, with a partial subsidy from the Ministry of Employment, Industry and Commerce of the Canarian government has renovated its hot sanitary water facilities. And this has been achieved by installing solar collectors on the roof, allowing the Home to obtain significant savings on their energy bills and to supply with this type of energy the 522 accomodations of the building housing the elderly and poor.

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