STS-Med focuses on the development, implementation and diffusion of pioneering solar technologies to improve energy efficiency in public buildings. The project is deploying 4 demonstrative plants based on concentrating solar collectors for a total power of about 500 kW as a showcase for 20.000 end users and 20 Mediterranean local communities.
More than one thousand of energy professionals and public buildings owners/managers are getting in touch with advanced CS systems through technical training sessions and visit at the demonstrative plants under construction. Implementation is supported by economic and policy studies, including recommendations on regulatory issues, fiscal incentives and public innovative procurement.
In consideration of the relevant solar resource available in the partner regions, the project intends to create new business opportunities, notably by supporting the involvement of SMEs in the innovative supply chains generated by the construction of the 4 pilot plants. STS-Med is carried out by 14 organisations from Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy and Jordan which bring together a wide range of technical, institutional and business expertise.
The Cyprus Institute Recruits Leading Expert in Solar Thermal Energy
The Board of Trustees of the Cyprus Institute (CyI) has ratified the appointment of Dr. Manuel Blanco as the EC-funded European Research Area (ERA) Chair holder in the field of ...Read More
STS-Med: inaugurati quattro impianti solari a concentrazione in Italia e Medioriente
Nell’ambito del progetto STS-Med che vede coinvolte 14 tra istituzioni, aziende locali, università ed enti di ricerca, tra cui l’ENEA ed il Consorzio Arca, capofila di progetto – sono stati inaugurati quattro impianti solari a concentrazione multi-generativi ...Read More
Third technical visit and plant’s opening ceremony in Jordan
On Saturday, April 16, the final phase of system installation in the demonstrative plant built in Jordan in the framework of STS-Med project has been presented to the project partners, ...Read More
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