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Solarthermalworld.org (Global Solar Thermal Energy Council) (Santiago, Chile) 22 June 2011. Solarthermalworld.org. Project Phases Objectives Website Main Structure & Features STW.org on Social Media Get Involved and Contribute Editorial Team. Solarthermalworld.org. Project Phases
Brainstorming based on the Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative (UNDP/UNEP/GEF)
Development of a roadmap for the establishment of the International Solar Thermal Association, which included a mapping exercise
Assessment of recommendations to set up the concept and structure of the resource-base information on solar thermal technologies
Development of a web-based Knowledge Management Repository (KMR) including uploading of studies and documents and other the related and necessary features
Official launch of the website, monthly newsletter and webinars
Further improvement of the website, in terms of content and layout
Promotion of the website using social media, banners, establishing media partnerships with other events and related projects.
Launch of new section - RES 2020 - in collaboration with ESTIF
The main bulk of the website are the news and research articles available on the homepage.
These articles can be searched using the filter available on the left hand side of the website
Monthly Newsletter sent to contact list of over 6000 contacts.
Thematic Newsletters sent occasionally. Newsletters archived on the website
Global Solar Thermal Directories of Companies and Associations - registration is free of charge
More than 20 National Solar Thermal Associations already registered
Incentive Programme Database
Detailed information about different incentive schemes is available, together with links to the official websites in each country
Calendar of Events
All the forthcoming solar thermal related events
Detailed information and links to official websites are provided
Thematic webinars are organised with solar thermal specialists.
These events are free of charge.
The webcasts of all previous webinars can be seen at the website
In collaboration with ESTIF, the Solarthermalworld.org has created a special section on the website on the implementation of the EU RES Directive
On the homepage: you can find links to our social media pages on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter. Do not hesitate to become a fan
796 Followers on Twitter
199 Members on LinkedIn
205 Fans on Facebook
31 Videos on YouTube Channel
Nigel Cotton, International Copper Association
Bärbel Epp, Journalist and editor specialised in solar thermal
Raquel Costa and Hans Craen, Kellen Europe
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