IEA SHC Task Definition - PVT Systems - 1st Meeting

March 16-17, 2017 - Z├╝rich ETHZ, Zurich, Switzerland

The first Task Definition Meeting on PVT Systems (Application of PVT Collectors and New Solutions with PVT Systems) will be held March 16-17, 2017 in Zurich, Switzerland.

Venue

ETHZ
Polyterrasse ETH
Leonhardstrasse 34
Zurich, Switzerland

Meeting Goals

The goal of the meeting is:

  1. Expression of interests
  2. Setting up the scope and activities of the future Task
  3. Setting up the Subtasks and leaders.
  4. Need for a 2nd meeting (out be in Abu Dhabi during the Solar conference)

Proposed Agenda

Thursday March 16th, 2017

1245 - 1250: meet at ETHZ entrance at top of cable car arriving from downtown Zürich
1300 – 1310: welcome address, JC Hadorn, Task organizer
1310 – 1345: round table presentation, all please prepare: name and institution, type of work on PVT you do, interests in a common task, max 1 min
1345 – 1405: Presentation 1: IEA, current vision of Task scope, goals, structure: JC Hadorn
1405 – 1425: Presentation 2: Fraunhofer ISE and PVT - in the context of a new IEA Task, Korbinian Kramer, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany
1425 – 1445: Presentation 3: PVT Wrap up“ – overview and experiences with PVT projects in 2 www.iea-shc.org Switzerland, Daniel Zenhäusern, Andreas Häberle, SPF, CH
1445 – 1505: Presentation 4: Isabel Guedea, Endef, SP, Applications and future challenges of PVT with TIC
1505 – 1525: Presentation 5: Dualsun experience, Laetitia Brottier
1525 – 1600: break
1600 – 1620: Presentation 6: Thermal-hydraulics for PVT, Ralph Eismann, ETH Zurich,Switzerland.
1625 – 1645: Presentation 7: Danny Jonas, SolWP-Hybrid: Solar and Heat Pump Systems with Battery Storage as Hybrid Systems for the Energy Supply of Buildings
1645 – 1705: Presentation 8: Asier Sanz, Tecnalia, SP, Solar hybrid photovoltaic-thermodynamic solutions
1705 – 1725 : Presentation 9: Uncovered PVT collectors for heating and cooling applications,Antoine Dalibard,HFT Stuttgart (zafh.net),Germany
1725 – 1745: Presentation 10: Experimental and modelling activities on PVT and PVT+HP @ PoliMI, Luca Molinaroli. I
1745 – 1815: Break
1815 – 1900 general discussion 1

Friday March 17th, 2017

0800 – 0820: Presentation 11: PVT as part of innovative low-temperature district heating systems (< 40-50 deg.C.), Ingo Leusbrock, AEE Intec , A
0820 – 0840: Presentation 12: Adrian Murrell, Christophe Williams, UK, Virtu - an evacuated tube PVT collector, Naked energy, UK
0840 – 0900: Presentation 13: Solarus experience + PVT systems issues, Munish Katiyar, Solarus, NL
0900 – 0920: Presentation 14: About quantifying the surplus of PVT compared other solar technologies – Scientific and sales arguments, Markus Pröll, ZAE Bayern, Germany
0920 – 0940: Presentation 15: Combined solar heat pump systems with ice storage tanks and PVT collectors, B. Thissen, ESSA, CH
0940 – 1000: break
1000 – 1130: general discussion on: scope, goals, resources, who will contribute ?, subtaks, subtask leaders, next steps, to do list
1130 – 1150: opinions and comments, all
1150: next meeting
1200: end of meeting

Meeting Contact

JC Hadorn