Solar Water Heater Systems: Global Perspectives

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  Solar Water Heating Systems  Rekindle the commitment to derive global learning programmes and accelerate the penetration of solar energy systems to heat the water in the India within the framework of the mission Jawaharlal Nehru national of the solar energy, renewable and energy efficiency (REEEP), in collaboration with the Ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) energy India Government, the Institute of energy and resources (TERI) and UNDP, organized a seminar on "solar water heating systems" ": global perspectives". The seminar is mixed national and international thought leaders adorn the occasion with its global but local approach for solar systems of heating of water (SWHS).                         Ministerial representation in the seminar was attended by Mr. Antonis Paschalides, Minister of Commerce, industry and tourism of Cyprus, his Excellency Dr. Ahmed Rashid Beebeejaun, Dy. PM of Mauritius, Sri Sukhbir Singh Badal, Punjab Dy Chief Minister, Shri Ajay Vishnoi, the Minister of new and renewable energy, Madhya Pradesh and Shri Mahender Pratap Singh, the Minister of renewable energy, Haryana, to the extent in which Dr. Marianne Osterkorn, Director-General, REEEP secretariat international, Mr. Olivier Drucke, President of the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation, Belgium, Dr Adviser SoniClimate Preeti change, UNDP and Mr. Amit Kumar, Director REEEP South Asia Secretariat and TERI Director said that the experiences of the international community experts and professionals from various multinational, bilateral and international organizations.                         The Ministers participating in the round table gave interesting examples replace with success in their respective countries and States SWHS-existing heating systems, has a series of learning is worthy of emulation. According to them, is relatively predictable and the technology and improve day by day, the ability to accelerate and sustain the growth of the solar water heating market has become more viable.                        In India, under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar mission, the ambitious goals that have been established to ensure that there is no penetration to large-scale solar thermal systems for heating water in the household sectors such as industrial in the India. The aim is therefore to achieve 15 million m2 of solar thermal collectors areas in 2017 and 20 million square meters of 2022. The MNRE is running a project UNDP / GEF on assisted by the "global transformation of solar water heating and the initiative to strengthen the market:". India program in the country, the project aims to accelerate and sustain the growth of the market of solar heating of water in the India through a combination of financial incentives and promotion and other support measures, as well as to conserve electricity and other fossil fuels, as well as shaving peak in cities and towns, and use the experiences and lessons learned to promote a similar growth in other countries. The project will contribute partially and take advantage of the objectives of the programme of 11 of five years of the Plan through the installation of 2 million m2 of solar water heating systems. This will result in the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases from 11 million tonnes of CO2.                                 Solar energy, being abundant and widespread in its availability in the India, makes it one of the most attractive sources of energy. Taking advantage of this energy not only will help to bridge the gap between the demand and the supply of electricity, but also save money in the long run. According to official sources of 100 litres capacity (SWHS) solar water heating system can replace an electric geyser for residential use, and you can save approximately 1500 units of electricity each year, under the terms of the India. Also it has been estimated that around 100 litres per day (lpd) 4 (2 m2 of acquisition) installed in an industry can save about 140 liters of diesel a year. Therefore, the use of solar energy to supply preheated the water heater boiler feed water can also help to save 70-80% of fuel bills. The reduction of pollution and the preservation of the health of the environment are some of the benefi ts co - of this technology. This is probably the reason for the use of solar energy to heat the water has become one of the main applications of thermal solar energy today. On the basis of the above equivalence (100 lpd 1500 units of electricity saving system), it is estimated that in the generation of the same amount of electricity from a coal power plant, 1.5 tons of CO2 is released into the atmosphere annually. A million of SWHSs installed in homes, therefore, result in a reduction of 1.5 million tons of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. Clearly, SWHS is one of the options more cost effective, viable and sustainable for hot water generation today.        Despite being on the market for several decades, SWHS still has limited the application of integrated into the energy sector. The reasons for this, because what came out in the discussion sessions, may vary with respect to the context and the sector that corresponds, but all have a common essence which consists of one or more of the following issues: the lack of awareness among potential users, delivery / supply / service (including strings), the availability of products and components for solar capital watercost water heatersthe availability of space to install collectors (especially in industries and commercial establishments) and the effectiveness of regulatory interventions. REEEP-REEEP-international and South Asia Secretariat revived its commitment to reduce the barriers that hinder the adoption of renewable energy technologies in several developing countries. To provide opportunitiesfor collaboration between partners, REEEP is intended to accelerate the market for renewable energy and energy efficiency.^Back to top

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