Brussels, 20 November 2018 – The Solar Certification Fund (SCF) launched its 10th call for proposals to continue to provide regular and reliable support for (1) developing better and new Solar Thermal certification and standardization processes, (2) ensuring quality assurance for tomorrow’s solar thermal technology.
“The Solar Keymark is a reference in the European market for solar thermal products. As such, it is important that it continues reinvesting in quality assurance, standardization and certification processes by means of the projects supported by the Solar Certification Fund”, mentioned the Chairman of the Solar Keymark Network, Andreas Bohren.
The main priorities of this 10th SCF call are extensive and include:
- The development and improvement of specific tools, processes and methods to improve the existing Keymark Certificate;
- Promotion and quality assurance of solar thermal technology and the Solar Keymark Certification.
- Addressing and resolving new challenges in the sector.
Total available budget for this call is approximately 110 000 €. The indicative budget reflects the priorities provided by the Solar Keymark Network during its 25th meeting on October 23rd –24th, 2018 in advance. The final budget distribution will depend on the relevance and quality of the proposals handed in.
The final allocation will depend on the relevance and quality of the proposals submitted.
The deadline for submitting proposals is Thursday, 20th December 2018, 15h00 CET.
Contact for answering the call for proposals:
Solar Keymark Network General Secretariat
Solar Heat Europe/ESTIF
Place du Champ de Mars 2
Tel: +32 2 546 19 38
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Solar Keymark Network
The Solar Keymark Network is the operative framework around the Solar Keymark scheme. It consists of Solar Keymark operators (certification bodies, test labs and inspectors) and industry representatives. The aim of the network is to maintain and continuously improve the Solar Keymark scheme’s rules and procedures, as well as to serve as an information hub.
More information: www.estif.org/solarkeymarknew/
Solar Heat Europe/ESTIF
Solar Heat Europe/ESTIF actively promotes the use of solar thermal technology for renewable heating and cooling in Europe. With more than 50 members from 17 European countries, ESTIF represents the whole value chain in today’s solar thermal market: from manufacturers, service providers, and national associations to research institutes.
More information: http://solarheateurope.eu/
Contact for media
If need additional information, please contact Geoffroy Cazenave, Solar Heat Europe/ESTIF’s Communications Officer at +32 485 490 767 or at Geoffroy.Cazenave@SolarHeatEurope.eu