Task 39
SHC Task 39

Polymeric Materials for Solar Thermal Applications

On the Road to a New Generation of Solar Thermal Energy Systems

Annoucement  -  Task 39 exhibits a range of polymer based components for solar-thermal systems at the Solar Heating and Cooling Conference SHC 2013 in Freiburg, Germany (September 23-25, 2013). Information about the exhibtion was published in the recent Solar Update 2013-06, page 6-7 and Solar Update 2014-02, page 1-2.

The Task 39 Exhibition will be the first of its kind to put selected polymeric collectors, storage tanks and other components on stage. Next to polymeric collectors and thermosiphon systems from Magen Eco Energy, the companies Aventa AS, Roth, Enerconcept, Consolar and Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbH showcase pioneering solar thermal collectors for building integration, polymer based air collectors, collector storage tanks and innovate wood plastic composites (WPC). Additional information on current research activities is provided by associated Task 39 research institutes and partners like Fraunhofer ISE, SWT Stuttgart, PCCL and the University of Leoben as well as Sunlumo.

Thus highlighting established and novel combinations of polymeric components, the exhibition will show a range of possibilities for re-thinking solar thermal. The Task 39 experts invite all interested parties to visit the Task 39 truck in front of the conference venue „Konzerthaus“ in Freiburg, Germany. The exhibition opens on September 23 and runs till the end of the conference.

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See pictures from the exhibition.

Further reading in the SolarUpdate Newsletter 2014-02.

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