The objective of the three-year Solar Payback project: Promoting the use of Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (SHIP) across four partner countries – South Africa, India, Mexico and Brazil.
As part of the German International Climate Initiative (IKI), it is raising awareness of the technical and economic potential of SHIP technologies by clear and transparent information on the costs and benefits of SHIP applications and by helping to build selected reference systems. Solar Payback also cooperates with financial institutions to develop models which will assist stakeholders and investors in securing access to financing.
India’s industrial sectors account for more than 50% of the country’s energy needs, and are projected to grow massively during the next decades. A lot of the these energy sources…
Solar Industrial process heat (SHIP) is still behind its potential in India. The Solar Payback Partner in India, the Solar Thermal Federation of India (STFI), has carried out interviews with…
A 3-day SHIP training course was held with more than 20 participants in Pune, India, at the beginning of December. Two solar experts from the German Fraunhofer Institute for Solar…
The SHIP training in São Paulo from November 12 to 14 was appreciated by the participating experts. Almost 40 engineers, planers and industry representatives followed the three days course held…
Source: Solar Payback 2017
Dr. Mahmoud Al Najami, General Manager, RAM Pharma
Anton Karner, Managing Director, Habau Group
Tom Schneider, Co-founder, ISA TanTec
Heiner Schürch, Project Manager, Zehnder Group International
Arvindkumar Dhagat, Senior General Manager
Andy Kung, Chief Operating Officer, Cape Brewing Company
Rudolf Berger, Chief Executive Officer, Fleischwaren Berger
Mario Tellez, Chief Operating Officer, Lechera Guadalajara