Pink Solar Energy Storage - Best Practice - Horst Striessnig 2013-06-11

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Horst Striessnig introducing Pink storage technologies and the ADA project - Solar thermal energy demonstration plant at SEKEM's main farm near Belbeis - presentation held at Heliopolis University for …

Horst Striessnig introducing Pink storage technologies and the ADA project - Solar thermal energy demonstration plant at SEKEM's main farm near Belbeis - presentation held at Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development

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  • 1. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Solar Thermal Energy in EgyptApplication, experiences and best practice systemsDI(FH) Werner PinkDI Horst StriessnigPink GmbH
  • 2. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20131. Company Pink2. Experience with solar in Austria3. Experience in Egypt4. Example realization Demoplant5. Key factors for a successTopic
  • 3. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20131. Company PINK: 4 Fields
  • 4. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013• Stainless steel tanks• Stratified solar energy storagetanks• Combined energy storagetanks• Energy storage tanks• Standard tanks• Volume up to 50.000 Litres• On-site-welding service• Maximumflexibilitydue to ownproductionsite!1. Storage tanks
  • 5. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20131. Storage tanks - examples
  • 6. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013• Thermal solars systems for heating andcooling• Modular system technology• Engineering competence1. Solar thermal systems
  • 7. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20131. Cooling systems• Production of absorption coolingmachines up to app. 20 kW coolingpower• Engineering/support• R&D
  • 8. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Initial situation 1980:• Fossil energy resources are not available• Oil Crises• Increase of theenergy costs• Energy crises2. History of the solar market in Austria
  • 9. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20132. Some examplesMattersburg, Burgenland (© Austria Solar/BEGAS)Wien (© ÖkoTech)Innsbruck, Tirol (© Austria Solar/Siko Solar GmbHPleinting, (© Austria Solar/Solarfocus)
  • 10. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Industry sector:• Companies• District heating networks• …2. Some examplesGleinstätten (© ÖkoTech)Wien (© ÖkoTech)© ÖkoTech
  • 11. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Multi family homes:• Large scale solar plants• Online monitoring2. Some examplesInnsbruck, Tirol (© Austria Solar/Neue Heimat Tirol)Landeck, Tirol (© Austria Solar/Neue Heimat Tirol))
  • 12. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Today 2013:• Many Solar Companies• Huge know-how• There are big productioncompanies• Many Jobs• First place for Austria:Austria have the mostinstalled collector areain the world(correspond to the inhabitants)2. Result in Austria
  • 13. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013• The quality of the products is very high• The costs of the solar plants is decreasing• There is proven technology available• Leading in Research & Development2. Current situation in AustriaAuflach, Tirol (© Austria Solar/Solarfocus)
  • 14. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Lessons learned:• Using quality products(collector, controller, …)• Training and education of theinstallation companies• Monitoring and Optimizationof the solar plants• Subsidies for the first installations• Research & Developmentactivities• Implementation of quality standards2. Factors for success in Austria?
  • 15. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Technical situation:• Very high Solar radiation(2 x Austria)• Salty air nearby the sea• Exposure to sand and wind• Use of low-cost components• Many Solar plants have technicalproblems• …3. Current situation in EgyptEconomic situation:• Very low energy costs• But: The energy costs increasing• Actual no funds-system for solar• …
  • 16. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Many solar plants in the tourism field: but …3. Current situation in Egypt
  • 17. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013But  The plants have technicalproblems:• sand inside• leaky collectors and buffers• Corrosion• These products are not developedfor the Egyptian market! many of the SHW systems are notworking3. Current situation in Egypt
  • 18. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20133. Current situation in Egypt
  • 19. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 201320Wrong product:Corrosion after 2 years in use•3. What can we do?Right product:No corrosion after 2 years in use•
  • 20. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Necessary conditions for Egypt:• No corrosion on the absorber incorrosive environment– Sea air– Industrial areas• Protection against sand• Reduction of humidity in the collector• No insects inside• Sealed Collector• Protection against pollen (farina)3. Some adapted components
  • 21. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Expample Mediterrano:• adapted specification for theMediterranean area• No Sand inside (air system)• No corrosion (protected absorber)• optimized design (slim, light weight,blank frame)• Solar Keymark certification3. Some adapted components
  • 22. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20133. Some adapted componentsMediterrano – Cross Section
  • 23. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Expample Heat Pipe:• No Sand inside (air system)• No corrosion (protected absorber)• No Stagnation (no leakage)• Guarantee for the collector• Easy to install3. Some adapted components
  • 24. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20133. Example Heat Pipe installed
  • 25. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Neccessary for Solar thermal plants• Use of adapted components• Monitoring of the plants by localpersons• Use of quality products for collectorsand solar controller(the other components are sourcedlocally)• Solar thermal plants are a provenTechnology!!In Austria 4,7 million m² of solarcollector area realized until 2011.3. Recommendation(GREENoneTEC)
  • 26. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 20135 Steps to realize a solar plant:1. Determine the demand of thecustomer2. Planning of the solar thermal plant3. Installation4. Monitoring/Optimization5. Training and introduction4. Realization of a solar plant
  • 27. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013- real-time data accessible online- recording performance, yield and faults4. Realization of a solar plant
  • 28. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013• Using quality products(collector, controller, …)• Using products which were developedfor Egyptian environment• Training and education of theinstallation companies• Monitoring and Optimizationof the solar plants• Subsidies for the first installations• Start Research & Developmentactivities• Implementation ofquality standards5. Factors for success in Egypt?
  • 29. Solar thermal Energy in Egypt – 11th of June 2013Pink GmbHEnergie- und SpeichertechnikBahnhofstrasse 228665 LangenwangAUSTRIATel.: +43 (0) 3854 – 3666Fax: +43 (0) 3854 - 3666 - 40info@pink.co.atwww.pink.co.at