Dissemination of the research and development results from the 4th and the 5th framework program of the European Union.
The hospitals in Wasso and Endulen in the most northern part of Serengeti in Tanzania were erected with Austrian aid in the beginning of the 60ies.
Development of technique and components for the production of back ventilation-free thermal flat collectors.
Identification of the potential for solar thermal systems for multi-family houses and identification of solutions to overcome performance difficulties.
Study of the applicability of air to earth underground heat exchangers for pre-cooling of the air-conditioning air for buildings and compilation of a simulation program and a planning handbook.
Monitoring studies of passive houses in more than 200 apartments in five European countries.
Study of the impact of the collector hydraulic, piping and arrangement of fittings on stagnation behaviour on solar thermal systems.
The goal of this project was to transfer the self-constructed solar thermal systems, which were practised with great success in Austria, to Italy and France.
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Development of large solar thermal systems that activates metal sheets, which are mounted in façades or on roofs and the realisation of pilot projects.