August 20, 2015

Savo-Solar takes the field with Danish company

Savo-Solar’s systems comprise of 2m² collectors that utilise MPE-absorbers. Pictured is the process of coating them with a highly selective optical nano-coating.
Savo-Solar’s systems comprise of 2m² collectors that utilise MPE-absorbers. Pictured is the process of coating them with a highly selective optical nano-coating.
Savo-Solar

Finnish solar thermal systems provider Savo-Solar has signed on the dotted line with Danish company Jelling Varmevaerk.

The contract relates to a new 15 000m² solar field project valued at approximately two million euros, for which the Finnish company won the tender in June.

“The market for solar district heating in Denmark is the biggest one in Europe and according to estimates the total surface area of solar thermal fields is growing fast during 2016,” commented Savo-Solar’s managing director Jari Varjotie in June. “Winning the tender proves the competitiveness and potential our company and our products have in the district heat market both in Denmark and in other countries.”

A final confirmation of the contract is estimated to follow in November, once Jelling Varmevaerk receives final technical approvals from relevant authorities.

If all goes to plan, the solar field will be operational by the end of April 2016.

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