The aim of the DSTTP is to develop a solar thermal vision and a national research strategy for Germany, to stimulate market introduction strategies and training and further education. New ideas for tomorrow’s solar technology are to be developed and technology development accelerated in order to accelerate the market launch in general. In addition, from Germany, strong impetus should be given to the work of the European Solar Thermal Technology Platform ESTTP and the resulting Renewable Heating and Cooling Platform RHC TP.
This conference aims at identifying the potentials and implementation of direct solar heat utilisation on the basis of up-to-date best practice examples and studies as an important component of the heat cycle.
- Opening and welcome (by Dr. Harald Drück, Institute for Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering (ITW) / Research and Test Center for Solar Energy Systems (TZS) – University of Stuttgart , Head of Research and Testing Center for Solar Energy Systems (TZS) ; Solar and Heat Engineering Stuttgart (SWT), Head)
- The Contribution of Solar Thermal for the Heat Wende – Recent Studies (by Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Henning, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE , Institute Director ; Fraunhofer Energy Alliance , spokesperson)
- Innovative solar thermal concepts in practice (Speaker to be announced soon, Federal Association of the German Heating Industry (BDH)à
- NN (Speaker to be announced soon, German Federal Solar Industry Association (BSW))
- Large solar thermal systems – great opportunities for innovative district concepts (by Dominik Bestenlehner, Institute of Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering (ITW) / Research and Testing Center for Solar Energy Systems (TZS) – University of Stuttgart , Research Group Leader Solare Nahwärme und Gebäude ; Solar- und Wärmetechnik Stuttgart (SWT) , project manager)
- Solar assisted heating networks – current experiences and perspectives (by Martin Willige, Ritter XL Solar , Project Development ; BSW – Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft eV , Spokesman of the Department of Solar Thermal Energy)
- Energy efficiency and hygiene in drinking water installations and benefits for solar heating systems (by Dr. Karin Rühling, Dresden University of Technology , Head of Department Heat Supply)
- Experience with ultrafiltration system in model projects for temperature reduction to 53/50 ° C (by Helmut Jäger, SOLVIS GmbH ; BSW – Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft eV , Deputy Chairman, Association Work in the BSW)
- Optimized solar thermal systems in multi-family houses and neighborhoods (by Dr. Federico Giovannetti, Institute for Solar Energy Research GmbH (ISFH) , Head of the Working Group Thermal Collectors, and by Dr. Wolfgang Kramer, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE , Head of Department Heating and Cooling, Coordinator Solar Thermal)
- Political framework for the expansion of renewable heat (by Dr. Lothar Breidenbach, Federal Association of the German heating industry (BDH) , managing director technology)