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The following are publications developed under Task 2:

Inspection Procedure for Solar Domestic Hot Water Heating Systems
April 1990 - PDF 0.28MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
Summary of Solar Energy R&D Projects for Solar Heating and Cooling Systems and Compnents
Subtask A
August 1984 - PDF 3.08MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
By: T. Noguchi
This document provides information on national solar heating and cooling R&D projects for both active and passive & hybrid systems and components.
Survey and Review of National R&D Plans
Subtask B
August 1984 - PDF 0.33MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
By: T. Noguchi
This document provides information on national R, D and D plans regarding solar heating and cooling systems and components.
Survey of Commercialization and Operating Expereince of Solar Heating and Cooling Systems
Subtask C
August 1984 - PDF 0.84MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
By: T. Noguchi
This document provides information on commercialization of and operating experiences with solar heating and cooling systems and components in the Task II participating counties.
Summary of Solar Energy R&D Projects for Solar Heating and Cooling Systems and Components
August 1984 - PDF 3.08MB - Posted: 2/11/2008
By: T. Noguchi, Solar Research Laboratory, Japan
This document provides information on national solar heating and cooling R&D projects for both active passive & hybrid systems and components. The compilation is based on the reports submitted during 1983 and 1984 by the representatives of countries particpating in Task 2 of IEA SHC Programme. The countries which contributed reports are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United States.
Survey on Commercialization and Operating Experience of Solar Heating and Cooling Systems
August 1984 - PDF 0.84MB - Posted: 2/11/2008
By: T. Noguchi, Solar Research Laboratory, Japan
This document provides information on commercialization of and operating experiences with solar heating and cooling systems and components in the Task 2 participating countries. The compilation is based on the reports submitted during 1983 and 1984 by the Participants. The countries that contributed reports are Austria, Belgium, Greece, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United States.
Survey and Review of National RD&D Plans
August 1984 - PDF 0.33MB - Posted: 2/11/2008
By: T. Noguchi, Solar Research Laboratory, Japan
This document provides information on national R, D and D plans regarding solar heating and cooling systems and components. The compilation is based on the reports submitted during 1983 and 1984 by the representatives of countries participating in Task 2 of IEA SHC Programme. The countries which contributed reports are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and United States.
Compilation of Background Papers on National Solar Heating and Cooling Programs
January 1983 - PDF 0.71MB - Posted: 8/15/2011
By: T. Noguchi
Task 2 participants have been exchanging infomration on their national R&D and D Program on solar heating and cooling systems and components at the respective Expert Meetings by oral presentation. The background papers compiled in this report were distributed to the Participants together with the oral presentation at the ninth Expert Meeting held in INTA, Madrid in October 1982.
Compilation of Background Papers on National Solar Heating and Cooling Programs
January 1983 - PDF 0.71MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
By: T. Noguchi
Survey and Review of National R&D Plans
October 1981 - PDF 0.45MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
By: T. Mpguchi
This document provides an overview of national research and development (R&D) plans for solar heating, cooling, and hot water supply systems.
Survey and Review of National RD&D Plans
October 1981 - PDF 0.45MB - Posted: 2/11/2008
By: H. Hayashi et al., Sunshine Project Headquarters, Japan
This document provides an overview of national research and development (R&D) plans for solar heating, cooling and hot water supply systems. This document is based on information submitted during 1980 by representatives of countries participating in Task 2 of the IEA SHC Programme. The countries which contributed Greece, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United States. Data on the following subjects are included in this report:
- National solar heating and cooling goals and projections
- Governmetn incentive measures
- Research organizations
- Statistics on production of solar components and buildings
- Major manufacturers
- Status of solar standards
- Barriers to application
Survey of Solar Energy R&D Projects for Solar Heating and Cooling Components
December 1980 - PDF 5.84MB - Posted: 2/11/2008
By: Tetsuo Noguchi, Solar Research Laboratory, Japan
This document provides information on R&D projects and significant achievements on components for solar heating, cooling and hot water supply systems. THe document has resulted from the survey and review of reports submitted by representatives of countries participating in Task 2, IEA. The matrix coding of solar heating and cooling components and also matrix coding on major technical problems as well as Comprehensive List of Solar Energy R&D Projects Reports for Solar Heating and Cooling Components have been included as Appendix 1, 2 and 3 respectively.
Survey of Solar Energy R&D Projects for Solar Heating and Cooling Components
December 1980 - PDF 5.84MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
By: Tetsuo Noguchi
This document provides information on R&D projects and significant achievements on components for solar heating, cooling and hot water supply systems.
Survey of Component R&D Projects for Solar Heating, Cooling and Hot Water Supply Systems
April 1978 - PDF 3.35MB - Posted: 11/25/2012
One of the purposes of the International Energy Agency, established in 1974, was to promote long-term cooperative efforts in energy R&D.
Document Number: TID-28721
Survey of Component R&D Projects for Solar Heating, Cooling and Hot Water Supply Systems
April 1978 - PDF 0.69MB - Posted: 2/11/2008
By: Tetsuo Noguchi, Solar Research Laboratory, Japan
One of the purposes of the IEA, established in 1974, was to promote long-term cooperative efforts in energy R&D. Solar energy was identified as one appropriate energy technology area for international cooperation, and the Program to Develop and Test Solar Heating and Cooling Systems was created with the objective of pooling efforts and experience in order to reduce overall costs of solar enerfgy systems and accelerate the large scale introduction of this technology in the participating countries. One of the five cooperative projects which comprise this multilateral program is "Coordination of R & D on Solar Heating and Cooling Component." An element of this project is the exchange of information on ongoing component R&D projects. Particpating countries have submitted descriptive summaries of R & D projects, using a special format. This report is a compilation of 198 project summaries and provides a useful overview of component R&D work underway in eleven countries.
Document Number: TID-28721
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