A new roadmap called SolTherm2050 shows how much of a role solar heat combined with thermal storage could play in Switzerland in 2050. Using the Swiss EnergyScope tool, the developers of the roadmap simulated a variety of scenarios with and without solar thermal. In addition, over half of their 117-page study revolves around market barriers and how to overcome them. The national Swissolar association considers the report an important element for charting a path forward. “We will use the study as a basis for our association’s solar thermal strategy. Our plan is to set up an internal working group for this purpose in spring,” said Swissolar Managing Director David Stickelberger.
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