EAST-GSR
Solar Thermal applications in EASTern Europe
with Guaranteed Solar Results
Work package 4
Task 4.1
Deliverable 4&5
Bulgarian networking and training sessions
with pilot site visit report
September 2008
The sole responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the
opinion of the European Communities. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be
made of the information contained therein.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 – General presentation of the national sessions
2 – Organisation process
3 – Attendance list
4 – The Bulgarian networking session
4.1 – Programme
4.2 – Minutes
5 – The Bulgarian training session and pilot site visit
5.1 – Programme
5.2 – Minutes
6 - General conclusions of the sessions
7 – Satisfaction assessment
Appendix 1: Presentations performed during the networking session
Appendix 2: Presentations performed during the training session
Appendix 3: Dissemination documents used for the announcement of the event
Appendix 4: Satisfaction questionnaire for the training session
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1 – General presentation of the national sessions
In the framework of the EAST-GSR project, national networking and training sessions were to
be organised in each of the five EAST-GSR Eastern European target countries. Those events
have been organised during the last year of the project. This means that the potential market for
large scale solar thermal systems as well as the main potential stakeholders of the field were
already identified (see WP2 national reports), that the GSR contract itself has been transposed
(adapted, translated and reviewed by a local lawyer) in each of the target countries and that the
knowledge transfer inside the consortium has already allowed each country to be familiar with
the GSR scheme. Besides, a telemonitoring system has been implemented on existing
installations and each target country now has one pilot site and can present telemonitoring data
(WP5).
If the partners had already been disseminating the GSR approach through various papers,
presentations and networking activities, the national sessions were the opportunity to
emphasize on those networking and dissemination aspects in this last phase of the project. The
participation of other members of the consortium was also useful to support the national
partners in their approach and was the opportunity to exchange on their own experiences and
know-how. Those sessions were also seen as the opportunity to foster the interest of potential
stakeholders for feasibility studies that are also proposed in the framework of the project
(WP5).
The aim of these meetings was to present the EAST-GSR project results (WP2, WP3, WP4 and
WP5) to all the potential concerned stakeholders of the solar thermal sector. The networking
session was rather targeting the national decision makers, public bodies, professional
organisation managers, financial institutions and potential end-users. The training session was
rather dedicated to professionals of the field with an emphasis on more technical issues and on
the concrete implementation of the GSR approach. Finally, a visit of the pilot site was
organised.
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2 - Organisation process
Cooperation with APEE
During the organization of the Bulgarian networking and training sessions major significance
was given to the cooperation with other organizations, i.e. national agencies, associations, and
others which are active in the field of renewable energy sources and in particular in the field of
solar energy. However, there is no national institution in Bulgaria which is dealing with solar
energy. There is also no association of the producers of solar water heaters. Only the
Association of the Producers of Ecological Energy (APEE) is engaged in solar energy. For that
reason the networking session was organize in close cooperation with APEE.
Identification of attendees
In Bulgaria the main groups, which are active in the field of solar energy are:
· Manufacturers and distributors of solar thermal system equipment;
· Companies responsible for solar thermal system design and installation;
· State institutions responsible for RES, environmental protection and solar thermal
technology development;
· End-users: municipalities, companies constructing residential and public buildings,
hotel owners.
Event announcement and promotion
The event was announced at several stages (the invitation letters to the chair persons and the
government representatives are included in the Annex):
· First stage:
 Invitation of a chairperson; welcoming message and presentations
 Invitation for participation with a preliminary programme for the national seminar
and training sessions
 List of invitees
· Second stage:
 Information for the EAST-GSR events was disseminated during seminars and
working meetings, i.e.
- At a seminar on solar thermal applications (11.07.2008, Smolyan)
- Workshop on investor’s interest in the Bulgarian Renewable Energy sector
(16-17 May 2008, Varna)
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General feed-back
After the invitations were sent, altogether 94 filled registration forms were returned.
Choice of speakers
Lecturers were selected among the most prominent and influential experts and managers from
both the administration and the private sector with the aim to cover the most important areas of
interest and problems of solar thermal systems. When choosing the speakers, the Bulgarian
market for solar thermal applications, the Bulgarian legislation and the already installed solar
systems in buildings as well as the experience of production and implementation of different
types of solar collectors and systems were taken into account.
Speakers’ motivation to participate
The motivation of the lecturers from the state institutions (Ministry of Economy and Energy,
State Energy Efficiency Agency and Bulgarian Academy of Science) was the opportunity to
take part in a well-organized forum and present the aims and tasks of the government regarding
the use of solar thermal applications. The motivation of the producers and installers was to
present information on the activities of their companies in the field of solar thermal systems.
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3 – Attendance list
Name Company/organizatio
n
Address Telephone Fax Е-mail
1. Elena Dishlieva Chamber of engineers
in investment projecting
Smolian 4700, 2 Dicho
Petrov st., ap. 7
+359 885 450433 e-dishlieva@abv.bg
2. Georgi Cholakov “Chechosan” Ltd Smolian 11 Petur
Beron st
+359 887 223309
+59301 62779
+359 301
62779
g-cholakov@abv.bg
3. Krasimir Truichev “Toploengineering-96”
Ltd
Smolian, 2 Orfei st. 0887 961 422 +359 301
62478
toploing_96@abv.bg
4. Ilia Bochunov Ilia Bochunov SP Smolian 4700, 5 Chan
st., vh. B ap. 25
+359 301 89313,
+359 884 841207
5. Milena Bokova Bluelink Information
Network
Sofia, 57 Vladaiska st. +359 2 9532805 +359 2
8519186
bmilena@bluelink.net
6. Georgi Pisin ECOSET Bulgaria Ltd Sofia 1404, 23 Silivria +359 2 859 11 93 +359 2 859 11
93
gpisin@ecosetbg.com
7. Ivan Velchev Solar energy systems
Ltd./ Heliotech Ltd
Kazunluk, 15 Dobri
Kehaiov st., PO Box 12
+359 878 995579 +359 43
182367
office@heliotechbg.com
8. Dimitur Atanasov Thermtrade Ltd Sofia, Suhata reka, bl.
51, vh. B, ap. 10
+359 2 845-1863
+359 888/929549
atanasov@thermtrade.bg
9. Jordan Tokiev Eco solar industry Ltd Karlovo, 55A Gen.
Kacarov st
+359 885 174999 ecosolarind@abv.bg
10. Kostadin Ivanov KIT Engineering Plovdiv, 77 K.Velichkov
st
+359 888 230415
+359 32 622 504
+359 32 622
504
kitengineering@abv.bg
11. Bozhidar Kadiiski Bozhidar Kadiiski –
Apeiron systems
Kjustendil, 210 Tzar
Osvoboditel st.
+359 888 299928 apeiron@abv.bg
12. Alexander
Shalamanov
Bozhidar Kadiiski –
Apeiron systems”
Kjustendil, 210 Tzar
Osvoboditel st.
+359 888 299928 apeiron@abv.bg
13. Petranka Naneva Utilities Ltd Sliven 2A Misho
Todorov st
+359 888 839571 +359 44 622
543
utilities@abv.bg
14. Dimiter Ivanov Bluelink Information
Network
Sofia, 57 Vladaiska st. +359 888 649464 +359 2 851
9186
dimiter@bluelink.net
15. Ilia Dokuzov Novaterm DP Ltd Gotze Delchev, 26
Dunav st
+359 751 61171;
+359 888 949675
+359 751
61170
novaterm@abv.bg
16. Diana Trifonova Ministry of Agriculture
and Food
Sofia, 55 Hr. Botev
blvd.
+359 2 98511451 dtrifonova@mzh.government.
bg
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17. Georgi Popov Novaterm DP Ltd Gotze Delchev, 26
Dunav st
+359 751 61171;
+359 888 334421
+359 751
61170
novaterm@abv.bg
18. Georgi Stefanov Center for
Environmental
Information and
Education
Sofia 1421, 67 B
Tzanko Tzerkovski st
+359 889 517976
+359 2/866 90 47
+359 2/866 90
47
georgi@ceie.org
19. Georgi Popov Popov Ltd Burgas, 62 San
Stefano st
+359 56 833 555 +359 56 833
556
info@popov.bgk
20. Boriana
Brankova
Unicredit Bulbank Sofia, 7 Sveta Nedelia
square
+359 2/9232113 Boriana.Brankova@unicreditg
roup.bg
21. Gavrail
Darakchiev
Dimiter Darakchiev Ltd Smolian, 26 Borova
Gora st
+359 888248505;
+359 30162258
+359 30162271 g_darakchiev@mbox.contact.
bg
22. Luben
Hadzhikostov
Thermtrade Ltd Sofia, Suhata reka, bl.
51, vh. B, ap. 10
+359 897/997798 hadjikostov@thermtrade.bg
23. Diana Iskreva Earth Forever
Foundation
Stara Zagora, 77a Kiril I
Metodii st., ap. 27
+359 42 634641;
+359 897 801179
+359 42
634641
diskreva@earthforever.org
24. Svetozar Antonov ZAK IN Sofia, 2 Naroden Pevec
st.
+359 2 955 6192 +359 2 955
6192
office@zak-in.com;
zak_in@abv.bg
25. Milen Stefanov Starting business in
RES
Sofia, 111 Delian
Belishki st, vh. A, ap.
25
+359888 933 957
+359 2 869 68 58
pstmilen@yahoo.com
26. Zdravko
Georgiev
Sofia Energy Agency
SOFENA
Sofia, 44 Oborishte st. +359 2 943 49 09 +359 2 943 44
01
zgeorgiev@sofena.com
27. Milena Pencheva Smolian Municipality Smolian, 12 Bulgaria
blvd
+359 301/67677;
+359 898721944;
+359 886383338
+359
301/62426
pencheva_7@abv.bg,
milena.pencheva@gmail.com
28. Georgi Tilov Rehau Ltd Sofia, 75 Simeonovsko
shoes blvd
+359 887 313751
+359 2 965 5781
+359 2 965
5705
georgi.tilov@rehau.com
29. Simeon Metev New Solar
Technologies Ltd
Shumen, 9 Veliki
Preslav blvd., vh. B, ap.
28
+359 887 702788 info@foreversol.com
30. Boriana
Hrisimova
GREEN LINE
Consulting Group LTD.
Sofia, 3 Gechkenli st.
et. 1, ap.2
+359 2 9808468;
+359 884 942323
boryanah@bluelink.net
31. Todor Tsanev ECOTOP Business
Group
Sofia, 208 Ladoga st.,
vh. B, ap.23
+359 2 955 9958;
+359 897 950077
+359 2 854
4538
kirov@ecotop.bg
32. Dimiter Kunchev Delog Ltd Ruse, 10 Evstati
Vinarov st., office 114
+359 82 876131 +359 82
876131
delog@abv.bg
33. Mirko Mirkov Energoconsult-SR Ltd Sofia 1404, 23
Tvurdishki prohod st.
+359 2 958 8109 +359 2 859
5791
mirko.mirkov@energoconsult.
eu
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34. Petar Stanchev Energy Saving Systems Sofiq 1606, 71-73
Totleben blvd.
+359 2 917 6012 +359 2 917
6028
office@ess-bg.com
35. Georgi Vulkov Energy Saving Systems Sofiq 1606, 71-73
Totleben blvd.
+359 2 917 6012 +359 2 917
6028
office@ess-bg.com
36. Assen Ginev Association Agrolink Sofia 1504, 50 Yanko
Sakuzov blvd
+359 2 8466 675 +359 2 9431
511
assen.ginev@gmail.com
37. Vencislav
Georgiev
VIP Term Group Ltd Sofia 1408, 17-19
Purvan Toshev st.
+359 888 853141
+359 899 953141
viptermgroup@gmail.com
38. Rosen Andreev Ministry of Agriculture
and Food
55 Hristo Botev blvd. +359 2 98511406
+359 2 98511693
+359 2 981
9422
mandreev@mzh.government.
bg
39. Dimitur Tomchev Energoconsult Ltd. Sofia 1404, 23
Tvurdishki prohod st.
office 9
+359 2 958 8113 +359 2 859
5791
dimitar.tomchev@energocons
ult.eu
40. Zhivko Bogdanov WWF Danube-
Carpathian Program
Bulgaria
Sofia 1000, 71 Knjaz
Boris st., et.2, ap. 2
+359 2 950 50 41 +359 2 950 50
40
zhbogdanov@wwfdcp.bg
41. Hristo Nedelchev RUVIK Ltd. Varna, Zapadna
Promishlena Zona –
Baza NOVA
+359 52 500 122 +359 52 750
414
varna@ruvik.com
42. Evtim Stoyanov Bulclima ЕООД Sofia, 66 Sv. Naum
blvd.
+359 2 965 00 65 +359 2 963 17
16
sofia@bulclima.com
43. Pavlina Shopova Modus Consult Sofia, 78 Hristo
Smirnenski st., et. 4
+359 886 215657 Pavlina.Chopova@malix.univ
-paris1.fr
44. Preslav Petkov Modus Consult Sofia, 78 Hristo
Smirnenski st., et. 4
+359 885 928292 +359 2963 48
78
office@modus.bg
45. Ivailo Yankov ENPROM Ltd.
(Finansirane.eu)
Sofia, Sharl Shampo
st., bl. 18
+359 898 546612 ivo@finansirane.eu
46. Mitko Delchev M-TERM Ltd Sofia, Lulin 9, 9A Gen.
Asen Nikolov st.
+359 2 826 6430 +359 2 826
6430
m-term@abv.bg
47. Evgeni Genkov Solar Technology Ltd Varna, 28 V. Levski
blvd, vh. A
+359 899 115141 my@solartech.info
48. Anton Zhelev Greenvat Ltd Sofia, PO Box 1574,
Hristo Smirnenski distr.,
bl. 63, vh. B ap. 87
+359 888 058870 greenvat@gmail.com
49. Ivailo Zhelev Allianz Sliven +359 899 877859 sliven@allianz.bg
50. Aleksi Krustev KES Sofia 1324, 29 Tsaritsa
Yoanna blvd
+359 2 813 2037 +359 2 813
2027
akrastev@kes-sofia.com
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51. Boncho Katinov KES Sofia 1324, 29 Tsaritsa
Yoanna blvd
+359 2 813 2037 +359 2 813
2027
bkatinov@kes-sofia.com
52. Nelly Papazova Sofia Energy Centre Sofia, 37 Galitchitsa st +359 2 962 8447 +359 2 962
8447
npapazova@sec.bg
53. Violetta Groseva Sofia Energy Centre Sofia, 37 Galitchitsa st +359 2 962 8447 +359 2 962
8447
vgroseva@sec.bg
54. Evelina Stoykova Sofia Energy Centre Sofia, 37 Galitchitsa st +359 2 962 8447 +359 2 962
8447
estoykova@sec.bg
55. Ivanka
Pandelieva
Sofia Energy Centre Sofia, 37 Galitchitsa st +359 2 962 8447 +359 2 962
8447
ivankap@sec.bg
56. Ilia Lazov Project “Rio
Conventions”
UNDP/GEF
Sofia 1202, 17-19
Sv.Sv Kiril I Metodii st.
+359 2 940 5575 +359 2 940
5575
ilia@rioconventions.org
57. Teodor Todorov ТТ Sofia, 106
Simeonovsko shose
blvd
+359 2 860 1241 +359 2 860
1270
tt@tt-bg.com
58. Anton Georgiev Termocomfort Ltd Sofia, 36 Pushkin blvd. +359 889 226500 term@abv.bg
59. Georgi Raikov Ecothermal Ltd Burgas, 47 Slivniza st. +359 56 817 246 ecothermal@ecothermdlbg.
com
60. Desislav
Velitchkov
Ecothermal Ltd Burgas, 47 Slivniza st. +359 56 817 246 ecothermal@ecothermalbg.
com
61. Mihail Ochinov CLIMASOT Ltd Tzar Simeon 15 +359 73880389 mishelosh@yahoo.com
62. Dobromir
Domuschiev
Ecological Construction
Ltd
28, Neru Blvd, Silver
Centre- office 97, Liulin,
Sofia 1324
+359 2 927 7497
+359 878213546
office@ecologicalconstruction
.eu
63. Peter Stanchev Energy Saving Systems 56 Madrid Blvd., fl. 6
Sofia
+359 887
555 775
+359 2 815 7181
+359 2 944 51
27
p_stanchev@ess-bg.com
64. Peter Hausberger TiSUN GmbH Stockach 100 | A-6306
Söll
+43 (0) 5333 201
DW 702
F +43 (0) 5333
201 DW 699
peter.hausberger@tisun.com
65. Stefka
Gamazova
Energy Saving ystems Sofia, 56 Madrid Blvd,
fl. 6
0+359 885
452 843
+359 2 815 7181
+359 2 944
5127
gamizova@mail.bg
s_gamizova@ess-bg.com
66. Krasimir
Georgiev
student Studentski grad
residence area, bl. 54,
entr. A, room 617
+359 898 695
548
Krasimsr.georgiev@gmail.co
m
67. Simeon Iliora Ltd. Darvenitsa res. Aarea, +359 888 500 simeonovsimeon@abv.bg
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Simeonov 3, Prof. Stoyan
Kirkorovich Str.
130
68. Kiril Manolov Green Party 30, Lavele Str, Sofia +359 2 981 73 61 +359 2 987 85
38
69. Ivan Mastikov Green Party 30, Lavele Str, Sofia +359 2 981 73 61 +359 2 987 85
38
imastikov@abv.bg
70. Grisha Grigorov Green Party 30, Lavele Str, Sofia +359 2 981 73 61 +359 2 987 85
38
71. Valentina
Kostova
Green Party 30, Lavele Str, Sofia +359 2 981 73 61 +359 2 987 85
38
vskmladost@mail.bg
72. Nikolay Kraev ATC Energy
Technology Ltd.
20, Hristo Botel Str.
Sofia
+359 888 605
531
+359 2 843 73
52
kraev@techno-link.com
73. Todor
Kamdzhalov
Targovishte Regional
District
2, Stefano Karadzha
Str, Targovishte
+359 601/613 22
+359 889 58 58
40
+359 601/613
29
tkamdzhalov@abv.bg
74. Mitko Chukarev Technoinvest 61-IG
Plc. Targovishte
13, Osam Str,
Targovishte
+359 888 984
178
tehnoinvest@mail.bg
75. Nikolai Marinov GAUDI 1-3, Cherni Vrah Blvd.,
Sofia
+359 888693819
+359 964 04 55
nikvesmar@gmail.com
76. Ivelina Petrova NIK-5 Hristo Smirnenski, bl.
31, fl. 4, ap. 16
+359 2 873 85 09 +359 2 873 85
09
beb4e1196@abv.bg
77. Natalia Miteva Vedikonsult Ltd. 24, Galash Str, entr. B,
ap. 7
+359 888 308
322
+359 2 872 03
82
nmiteva@hotmail.com
78. Kostadinka
Todorova
Ministry of Economy
and Energy
8, Triaditsa Str., Sofia +359 2 926 32 55 c.todorova@mee.government
.bg
79. Velizar Kiriakov Association of
producers of ecological
energy
310, Vladislav
Varnenchik Blvd.,
Varna 9009
+359 52/750 550 +359 52/750
550
info@apeebg.org
80. Charlotte Colleu ADEME, France 5000, 500 route des
Lucioles
06560 Valbonne -
France
+334 93 95 79 25 +33 493 65 31
96
Charlotte.colleu@ademe.fr
81. Kolio Kolev Energy Efficiency
Agency
37, Ekzarh Yoisif Str,
Sofia
02/ 915 40 14 02/915 40 29 kkolev@seea.government.bg
82. Rosen Savov University of
Architecture, Civil
Engineering and
Geodesy
1, Hristo Smirnenski
Blvd., Sofia 1046
0887 333 217 rossen@savov.net
83. Maia Stoyanova Central Laboratory of 72, Tsarigradsko +359 2/877 84 48 +359 2/875 40 solar@phys.bas.bg
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Solar Energy and New
Energy Sources,
Bulgarian Academy of
Sciences
Shouse Blvd. , Sofia
1784
16
84. Krasimir
Stanchev
Erato Holding Plc. 10, Nedelcho Bonchev
Str., Sofia
+359 2/987 39 90 +359 2/987 07
44
K_stanchev@abv.bg
85. Marin Marinov Apex Solar Ltd. 49, Bulgaria Blvd, Sofia +359 2/958 5777 +359 2/958 57
77
solar@apexexperts.com
86. Eng. Svetoslav
Shterev
Kovex Ltd. 34, Totleben Blvd.,
Sofia 1606
+359 2/952 65 69
+359 888 511
025
+359 2/952 65
69
kovex@omega.bg
kovex_group@abv.bg
87. Gundula
Tschernigg
Arsenal Research,
Austria
Gienfinggasse 2, 1210
Wien
+43 50 5506390 Gundula.tschernigg@arsenal.
ac.at
88. Anton Georgiev Erato Holding Plc. 10, Nedelcho Bonchev
Str., Sofia
+359 889 226
500
89. J.Y.Quinette Tecsol, France 105, av A Kastler
Zone Tecnosud.
F – 6600 PERPIGNAN
+33 468 681 640
+33 667 519 103
+33 468 681
641
jyq@tecsol.fr
90. Jens Altevogt Dana - Germany altevogt@dena.de
91. Angelos Goumas CRES, Greece Athens, 19th
Marathonous Ave
GR 19009 Pikermi
+30 210 6607-
424
+30 210 6603
303
agoumas@cres.gr
92. Peter Kirilov
Zaharinov
Projects Ltd. –
Architecture studio
Dianabad res. Area, bl.
11, entr. C, fl. 3, ap. 54
+359 889224592 p_ter_z@yahoo.com
93. Tsonka
Kostevska
Green party +359885202772 tskosfi@abv.bg
94. Vladislav
Stoyanov
Sion AD Zname 2, Sofia +35929463066 +35929442386 vstoyanov@sion.bg
95. Ivailo Iliev Koveks EOOD0 Bul. Totleben 34, Sofia +35929526569 +35929526569
96. Aleksandrina
Dimitrova
MIE Triadica str. 8, Sofia +3599263636 a.dimitrova@mee.governmen
t.bg
97. Desislava
Stefanova
Sofia Energy Centre Galitchitsa 37,
1164 Sofia
+35929628443 +35929678447
98. Stefan Yotovski Erato Holding Pls Nedelcho Bonchev 10,
Sofia
+35929873990 +35929870744
99. Emil Pandev Vedi Trade Ltd Bul Bulgaria Bl 18 ap
31, Sofia
+35928585105 +3592859193 e.pandev@abv.bg
100. Daniela Vasileva Green Party Mladost 1a, bl 527,
Sofia
+359886066231 danielavassi@gmail.com
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101. Panaiot
Abadjimarinov
Municipal
administration,
Targovishte
Ul. Stefan Karadja 2,
Targovishte
+3596016132 +35960161329 marinovabadji@gmail.com
102. Emilian Manolov Ul. Mir 1, Varna +359889256961
103. Peter Zaharinov Projects EOOD Dianabad 11-V-54 +359889224592 p_ter_z@yahoo.com
104. Christo Nikolov Association Village
Green School
Ilinden 30-3-11, Sofia +359897247241 Icho.nikolov@gmail.com
105. Svetoslav Ivanov Ruvin OOD Varna
106. Angel Minev Minev and Partners Karavelov 86, Sofia angelminev@abv.bg
107. Bozhil Kondev Central European
University
Razsadnika 78-A-10,
Sofia
+359889752924 bozhil.kondev@gmail.com
108. Joan M. Carillo
Cortada
Spanish Embassy
109. Emil Atanasov MZH Direkcia RSR Christo Botev 55, Sofia +359298511409 eatanasov@mzhgovernment.
bg
110. Hristo Nikolov Green School Village
Association
Ilinden res. Area, bl. 30,
entr. 3, ap. 11
+359 897247241 icho.nikolov@gmail.com
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4 - The Bulgarian networking session, September 11th, 2008, Sofia
4.1 – Networking session programme
National Seminar
Solar Thermal Applications in Eastern Europe.
Guaranteed Solar Results.
National Press-Club “Sofia Press”
Sofia, 29 Slavianska st., floor 7
Thursday, 11 September 2008
Organized by:
Sofia Energy
Centre
With the support of:
AGENDA
9:00 – 09:30 Registration
9:30 - 10:00 Official opening and greeting addresses from:
¨ Ministry of Economics and Energy
Mrs. K. Todorova, Directorate “Energy Efficiency and Environmental
Protection”
¨ Association of the Producers of Ecological Energy
Mr. Velizar Kiryakov – Head of the Association
10:00 – 10:30 Review of the European Market of Solar Thermal Applications
¨ Mrs. Charlotte Colleu, ADEME – France
10:30 – 11:00 The Bulgarian Market of Solar Thermal Applications with
Guaranteed Solar Results
¨ Violetta Groseva, Sofia Energy Centre
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11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30
11:30 – 11:50
First Session: Solar Thermal Systems and their Application in
Buildings – Conditions and Results
Moderator: Kolio Kolev, Director AEE
Bulgarian Legislation and Solar Thermal Systems
¨ Mrs Aleksandrina Dimitrova, MIE
11:50 – 12:10 EU Policy and Practical Implementation in the Bulgarian
Building Sector
¨ Kolio Kolev, Director АЕЕ
12:10 – 12:30 Active Solar Systems in Buildings
¨ Arch. Rossen Savov, University of Architecture, Construction and
Geodesy, Faculty of Architecture
12:30– 12:50 Spreading the Results of EAST-GSR and Exchange of Experience
through the International Club “Eco Building”
¨ Arch. Evelina Stoykova, Sofia Energy Centre
12:50 – 13:10 TISUN Innovation – Boiler with external heat exchanger
Proclean
¨ Peter Hausberger – TISUN
13:10 – 13:30 Discussions
13:30 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30
14:30 – 14:50
Second Session: Solar Thermal Systems in Bugaria
Moderator:Velizar Kiriakov, APEE
Comparative Energy Assessment of Solar Collector and Solar
Yield for the Climatic Conditions of Bulgaria
¨ Dr. Eng. Maya Stoyanova, Science fellow Eng. Rumen Stoykov,
Central Laboratory for Solar Energy and New Energy Sources,
Bulgarian Academy of Science
14:50 – 15:20 The Experience of ERATO for Production and Introduction of
Solar Systems
¨ Eng. Stefan Yotovski, ERATO
15:20 – 15:40 Vacuum-Tube Solar Installations
¨ Eng. Svetoslav Shterev, KOVEX
15:40 – 16:10 Coffee break
16:10 – 17:00 Roundtable – Current Barriers to the Introduction of Large
Solar Systems
17:00 Closing of the seminar
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4.2 –Networking session minutes
Mrs Violetta Groseva from the Sofia Energy Centre opened the session, welcomed the
participants and presented the first set of speakers.
Mrs. K. Todorova, Director of the Department for “Energy Efficiency and Environmental
Protection” of the Ministry of Economics and Energy presented the general national
framework for renewables, and in particular solar thermal. She insisted on the potential of both
biomass and solar in Bulgaria and gave an overview of the existing Bulgarian regulation on
renewables and energy efficiency taken in accordance with the European Acquis.
She reaffirmed the commitment of the ministry of economy and energy towards renewable
energy sources development in Bulgaria and the fulfilment of the European obligations.
She underlined the importance of exchanges about good practices. She also insisted on the
importance for the Ministry of Economy to get feed back and proposals from the bottom in
order to set efficient measures for the promotion of renewable energy sources.
Mr. Velizar Kiryakov, Head of the Association of the Producers of Ecological Energy (APEE)
presented the activities of its association which aims at promoting the interests of the
professionals of the renewables field. The association started 5 years ago with mainly wind
power related issues, but they are now willing to develop activities with solar thermal
professionals. He noted that, at the moment, most of the new solar thermal systems are
installed in hostels but that many other sectors could be targeted.
Mrs. Charlotte Colleu (ADEME) then gave an overview of the European solar thermal market
and of the lessons learnt from European countries experiences. The French quality approach
developed since the 1990’s was presented as well as the GSR approach, which is one of its
components.
Mrs. Violetta Groseva (SEC) presented the Bulgarian situation regarding solar thermal. She
first underlined the interest of solar thermal applications with regard to the low efficiency of
the energy sector in Bulgaria.
She reminded that at the moment, 9,4% of the energy demand in Bulgaria is covered by
renewables: mainly hydro and biomass. Solar thermal is still largely underused but represent a
great potential and should not be neglected in the perspective of achieving the 16% of
renewables in 2020 objective which is the Bulgarian declination of the European 3x20 at the
horizon 2020.
Mrs Groseva then presented the evolution of the Bulgarian market in the last decades:
- between 1977 and the beginning of the 90’s, the field was supported and funded through a
state programme with some counter-performances;
- in the 1990’s, good quality pilot project were implemented but with pay-back time as long as
more than 15 years;
- since 2000, the field has become more market competitive and more attractive for the
banking sector (pay-back time under 10 years and even less for large scale systems). 66000 m²
of solar collectors have been installed mainly in hotels on the coast and in the mountain resorts.
One of the main barriers nowadays for a broader diffusion of the technology is the absence of
association of producers. Besides, the lack of statistical data does not allow having a global
vision of the Bulgarian market.
Even if the situation may evolve after the adoption of the RES-HC directive at the European
level, another barrier is that the existing supports in Bulgaria are mainly targeting electricity
production and few initiatives are taking into account heat production. One of those initiatives
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is the Programme for the development of rural areas, which should include subsidies for
renewables for municipalities and small-scale farmers or SMEs.
Generally, the government has a positive attitude towards renewables but information
dissemination and awareness-raising campaigns are still aspects to be developed.
The main questions from the attendance were about the reliability of solar thermal systems and
their performances in Bulgaria. The absence of maintenance contracts and the fact that not
enough attention is paid to the estimation of the DHW needs during the design phase were
identified as the main reasons of the systems underperformances. With regard to this situation,
the GSR contract rose interest and questions about its concrete implementation were made
(model contract, considering solar radiation variations, etc.). The lack of State support was also
discussed. These first presentations were followed by a round table about solar thermal systems
and their applications in buildings.
Mrs. Aleksandrina Dimitrova from the Ministry of Economy and Energy then presented the
Bulgarian legislation regarding solar thermal systems. The national policy towards renewable
energy sources was reaffirmed as a national priority and as a strategic issue in a context of high
dependence towards imported energy (70%). The different national laws adopted to transpose
the European Acquis were presented in details. It was again noted that most of the existing
supports are targeting biofuels and power generation and that no specific framework is
dedicated to heat production. However, this should change with the ongoing transposition of
the EPBDirective and the possible implementation of a “certificates of origin” system for heat
production. A national public information system (designed at the State level and filled by the
municipalities) including solar thermal should also be implemented soon in order to help the
potential investors and collect reliable statistical data.
Mr Kolio Kolev, Director in the State Energy Efficiency Agency (AEE) presented another
aspect of the Bulgarian regulatory framework with a focus on the energy efficiency measures
in the building sector. The 2004 act on Energy Efficiency led to the adoption of 4 types of
regulations: the energy characteristics of the buildings, the “energy passport of the building”
(energy certificate from A to G), the energy audits and the requirements to get registered as an
auditor. This legislation is to be reinforced until the end of 2008 with higher requirements. In
this framework, an increasing number of municipal buildings are being audited (250 in 2006
and 369 in 2007). The idea is that the measures taken in the audited buildings will foster
energy efficiency measures in other buildings, as their efficiency and short payback time will
be demonstrated.
Besides, a 2005-2020 national plan for the refurbishment of multi-family buildings targets
650 980 flats. In this framework energy efficient measure can be subsidised up to 20% by the
government. Finally, the Kosloduy Fund (KIDSF) was presented. It supports the
implementation (50%) of 36 energy efficiency projects in public buildings. Solar thermal
applications in those projects are considered as energy efficiency measures.
Mr. Rossen Savov, architect, then developed his own approach of solar systems as a source of
innovation and architectural expression. As a university teacher, he underlined the importance
of future architects involvement in renewables development as it has to be taken into account
as early as possible in the building design. He then presented various examples of building
integrated realisations.
Arch. Evelina Stoykova from the Sofia Energy Centre then presented the Eco Building project
co-financed by the European Commission in the framework of the 6th Framework Programme
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and underlined the opportunity that it represents for Bulgarian professionals to promote
innovative approaches. As an example, she presented one of the technologies promoted by the
project.
Mr Peter Hausberger, representative of TISUN Company, concluded the morning session by
presenting the current commercial offer of his company. Stratified boilers in particular were
presented.
In the afternoon several presentations were tackling the quality of the systems issue. First, Dr.
Eng. Maya Stoyanova from the Central Laboratory for Solar Energy and New Energy Sources
of the Bulgarian Academy of Science presented the activities of the laboratory in which a test
table for solar collectors was developed in the framework of a European 6th Framework
Programme project. She detailed the test procedure used in order to compare the performances
of flat plate and vacuum tubes collectors according to their geographical location in Bulgaria.
The issue of the availability of reliable solar radiation data at the national level was raised by
the attendance.
Mr. Stefan Yatovski from ERATO Company then presented the different steps of the
development of new equipments with the example of a vacuum tube collector that ERATO has
introduced on the market. He underlined the importance to propose certified collectors in order
to be able to present to the client reliable data and to have a discussion not only on the price. In
the presented case, they have worked with the Central Laboratory for Solar Energy and New
Energy Sources in order to conduct different tests an develop their commercial arguments. This
presentation led to a discussion about the Bulgarian market for vacuum tube collectors. Other
questions about the seasonal performances of the systems and the need for specific
maintenance in winter were raised.
Eng. Svetoslav Shterev Director of the company KOVEX presented different solar thermal
systems realised on hotels, swimming pools and laundries. He then listed the different elements
that have to be taken into account by the technical pool in order to deliver well-performing
systems to the client and thus to be able to propose a GSR contract with minimal risk. Among
those elements are: the usage of proven sizing tools (simulation programs), the anticipation of
the environment evolution (vegetation, new buildings, etc), a particular attention to the
evaluation of the DHW needs (using a flow meter if necessary). This last point may be one of
the most problematic at the moment for professionals. The need of reliable data, notably for
solar radiations was also underlined.
Those presentations were followed by a round table about the current barriers to the
introduction of large solar systems.
New opportunities linked to the energy efficiency law and to the obligation to consider
renewable energy options for municipal buildings were underlined. However, the Head of the
Association of Producers of Ecological Energy (APEE) shared the experience of his
association which struggles to raise the municipalities’ interest (they have sent 160 letters to
propose them to support their RES initiatives but received only 1 answer!) A discussion about
how to change this situation led to various conclusions. First, it is needed to make
municipalities more aware of the fact that developing renewables on their territory will produce
in return positives outcomes such as a positive image and local jobs creation. The chief
architect of the municipality should be a key actor of a RES development policy. Besides,
reaffirming the need of a broad awareness raising campaign, the municipality level appears to
be a relevant level for information diffusion (as it was experienced in Germany).
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The resistance of utilities towards renewables -which can be considered as “free” energy- was
also identified as a barrier. Indeed, the necessity to organise in professional association was
underlined. This would allow the professionals to have more weight to make the legislation
evolved in a favourable way and to pressure the government for the implementation of subsidy
schemes.
Regarding this last point, it appeared that the absence of subsidy scheme is not considered as
an insurmountable barrier as the raising energy prices are already a powerful incentive.
Besides, the perspective of a RES-HC directive at the European level and the project to
develop guarantee of origin certificates for heat production at the Bulgaria level, make
professionals rather confident in a favourable evolution of the national framework even though
concrete governmental measures are still expected.
Official opening and keynote address The audience
Charlotte Colleu speaking on the EU market Session two panellists
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5 – The Bulgarian training session, September 12th, 2008, Sofia
5.1 - Training session programme
Training Sessions
Solar Thermal Applications in Eastern Europe.
Guaranteed Solar Result.
National Press-Club “Sofia Press”
Sofia, 29 Slavianska st., 7 floor
Friday, 12 September 2008
Organized by:
Sofia Energy
Centre
With the support of:
AGENDA
9:00 – 9:15 Project EAST-GSR – Solar Thermal Applications in Eastern
Europe. Guaranteed Solar Results.
¨ Mrs. Charlotte Colleu, ADEME – France
9:15 – 10:15 Technical Description, Sizing and Calculation Methods of Solar
Systems
¨ Gundula Tschernigg – Arsenal, Austria
10:15 – 11:00 Guaranteed Solar Results
¨ J.Y.Quinette - Tecsol, France
11:00 – 11:20 Coffee break
11:20 – 12:10 Guaranteed Solar Results
¨ J.Y.Quinette - Tecsol, France
12:10 – 12:30 Presentation of the Solar and Telemonitoring System of a
Residential Building on Simeonovsko shousse blvd., Sofia
¨ Anton Georgiev – ERATO
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12:30 – 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 – 14:45 Convincing Your Customer: Marketing (large) Solar Thermal
Systems
¨ Jens Altevogt, Dena, Germany
14:45 – 15:30 Supporting Mechanisms for Assisting Third Party Financing and
the Role of ESCO Companies
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Jean-Yves Quinette speaking on GSR Charlotte Colleu presenting EAST-GSR project
Anton Georgiev on telemonitoring Jens Altevogt speaking about marketing
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6 – General conclusions of the sessions
The National seminar on solar thermal applications in Eastern Europe brought together nearly
100 people interested in the Bulgarian solar thermal market. Among them were representatives
from the state administration, the municipalities, the solar thermal sector, Bulgarian
environmental NGOs, academia and the media. During the discussions, the challenges and
prospects of the Bulgarian solar thermal market were highlighted. As a general conclusion the
following points can be indicated:
¨ The Bulgarian strategy for the use of solar thermal energy is based on the accessible
potential and the conditions for development of the solar thermal market.
¨ In the national policy, renewable energy sources are a state priority. National legislation
has been adopted to transpose European objectives.
¨ Solar thermal applications are largely underused, but due to their large potential, they
should not be neglected in the perspective of achieving the 16% target for RES in the total
energy consumption.
¨ The creation of an association of the producers, importers and installers of solar thermal
systems will contribute to the quick development of the solar thermal market.
¨ The lack of statistical data does not allow having a global vision of the Bulgarian market.
The proposed National Public Information System, containing data on solar thermal
energy, which should be implemented soon, will also contribute to the development of the
solar thermal market.
¨ Despite the general positive attitude towards renewables of the government, information
and awareness raising campaigns at national and local level are absolutely necessary.
¨ The creation of conditions for increasing and guaranteeing the quality both of solar thermal
systems and respective technical services are indispensable.
¨ There is a need for the inclusion of materials related to renewable energy sources in the
secondary school and university programmes. Particularly in the architectural education,
the implementation of RES (solar collectors, PV, etc.) should be included in the courses on
building design.-
¨ The European certification of the national laboratory for testing and quality certification of
solar water heaters needs to be completed as soon as possible.
¨ There is a need to create local and regional authorities responsible for the development of
RES including solar thermal systems. The funds available for RES in the Programme for
the development of rural areas (2007-2013) should be used effectively and transparently.
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7 – Evaluation of the event
A questionnaire was distributed to all attendees during the national sessions (see appendix 4).
Hereunder is the synthesis of the 17 questionnaires that have been returned.
The main aim of the questionnaire was to gather information about the opinion of the
participants of the quality of the seminars. Several introductory questions were designed to
collect information on the background knowledge of the participants about the GSR concept.
Personal information about the participants was collected in the last section of the
questionnaire.
Among the participants there were representatives of the solar thermal sector in Bulgaria,
environmental NGOs, and academia.
Most of the participants in the questionnaire had received invitations through email and few
had learned about the event through Bulgarian media.
Although having some background knowledge, most of the participants stated that they had not
participated in training sessions on solar thermal applications. Seminars and trainings done by
other market players in Bulgaria like ERATO or other seminars by SEC had been the sources
of training of the other participants.
The GSR concept was familiar to about a third of the participants, whereby SEC or the internet
were sources of information on the concept.
Overall the seminar was evaluated as very interesting with 11 participants rendering both the
quality of the presentations and the seminar in general as excellent. 8 persons rated the
discussions as ‘interesting’.
Upon being asked about the prospects of the Bulgarian market for large solar thermal
installations, three quarters of the participants stated that the market has a great potential.
Similarly, the GSR approach was rated ‘very interesting’, with participants confirming its
reliability and feasibility. Among the comments made, some participants included the need for
further promotion of this mechanism and its potential for attracting a larger number of
customers and finally giving a substantial push to the Bulgarian solar thermal market.
Two thirds of the participants also showed their interest in investing in large solar thermal
installations and presented their general interest in cooperating with SEC on further studies in
this area.
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Bакуумно – тръбни слънчеви инсталации
През последните няколко години на българския пазар в областта на ВЕИ, започнаха да навлизат и
вакуумно – тръбните слънчеви колектори за преобразуване на слънчевата енергия в топлинна.
В основата на тази технология се използува свойството на вакуумната среда да прекъсва процеса
на топлопроводимост, което позволява значително намаление на топлозагубите в колекторите
особено при по– ниски температури и намалено слънцегреене.
В своето развитие вакуумно – тръбната технология преминава през проточните схеми чрез
термокондукция за преобразуване на слънчевата енергия в топлинна до изпарително – кондензния
принцип при т.н. топлинни тръби /Heat Pipe/ със суха връзка.
Термографска снимка, показваща топлозагубите
в ляво: плосък колектор, в дясно: вакуумно – тръбен
В своето развитие вакуумно – тръбната технология преминава през проточните схеми чрез
термокондукция за преобразуване на слънчевата енергия в топлинна до изпарително – кондензния
принцип при т.н. топлинни тръби /Heat Pipe/ със суха връзка.
Термокондуктивните /проточни/ вакумно-тръбни колектори са първите появили се на пазара и
заемащи около 60 % от производството. Тяхното предимство най-вече е във възможността да се
поставят хоризонтално. Недостатък – по- сложната подмяна на дефектирала тръба и утежнен
монтаж. Същите имат и по-висок термичен капацитет от термокондензните.
Основните характеристики на вакуумните колектори се определят най-вече от контруктивата
особеност и степента на вакуумното изолиране и в по-малка степен от абсорбиращото покритие.
Близо 80 % от световното производство на вакуумните тръби, все още се основава на т.н
двустенна технология използуваща еднороден материал /стъкло/ за създаване и дълготрайно
задържане на вакуумната среда. /еднороден материал – еднакви линейни термични разширения/
В края на 80-те години /1988/ ДАСА и Пекинския Институт за слънчеви технологии от една
страна и НАСА от друга създават термокомпенсираната технология, осигуряваща високо
изолирана вакумна среда в обем от разнородни материали /метал – стъкло/ в дългосрочен план /15
и повече години/. Същата за момента е най-високото ниво, като приложение в слънчевите
колектори.
Последна технология Предишна технология
Нейните възможности за целогодишна експлоатация в климатичните условия за България
включват, както производството на битова гореща вода /БГВ/, така и подпомагане на отоплението,
климатизиране, отопление на басейни, антизамръзване и други.
Те се обуславят от:
На първо място: Поради нейната по – висока ефективност особено при намалено слънцегреене.
На второ място: Поради способността и да работи пълноценно при минусови температури,
поддържайки високи температури при слънчево време.
На трето място: Тръбната конструкция почти не задържа сняг, както и прах.
На четвърто място: Намален ветрови фактор, влияещ върху топлоотделянето на тръбите.
На пето място: Значително по - лесния монтаж, поддръжка и сервиз, неизискващ подемни
механизми за поставянето на колекторите, както и възможността за бърза подмяна, демонтаж или
профилактика.
Топлинни приложения от Ковекс ЕООД: Снимки на обекти
Гарантирани слънчеви резултати:
Гарантиран слънчев резултат получаваме когато:
1. Разполагаме с коректно тестван, включен в базата данни на основните европейски
симулационни програми, колекторен модул.
2. Имаме гарантирана и точно заявена от клиента енергийна потребност.
3. Имаме осигурен инвестиционен ресурс за обезпечаване на резултата.
4. Имаме архитектурно, строително и техническо съгласие и съдействие от инвеститора за най
– оптималното изпълнение на инсталацията.
5. Имаме подходящи релефни, растителни и инфраструктурни условия за максимален
слънцедобив.
6. Осигурим оптимално динамично съответствие м/у енергийно потребение, акумулиращ
обем, колекторна площ.
7. Правилно оразмерим всички елементи на инсталацията в съответствие с конкретните
условия.
Разпространението на вакуумните инсталации в България в същото време е съпроводено и от
редица трудности, свързани най – вече с относително високите цени, съпротивата и конкуренцията
на производителите на плоски колектори, липсата на опит, знания при монтажа, както и практика
за поведението на тези исталации в реални условия през зимните месеци.
Цената на пазара за вакуумнните колектори варира от 250 до 650 Евро на м2, като при подходящо
подбран акумулиращ обем на водосъдържателя, произведената от колекторна площ по данните за
слънцегреено на БАН за 2002 г. за различните райони на страната е от 950 до 1250 квч./м2
годишно.
При тези условия срока за възвръщаемост на специфичната инвестиция за колекторна площ при
сегашни цени на ел.енергията и без отчитане на инфлацията, вече е 3–5 години, което значително
променя картината и досегашните твърдения за 15–18 годишен срок на възвъщаемост.
В условията на постоянно увеличаващи се цени на енергоносителите, очакващата се енергийна
криза, като и поведението на енергийните производители и доставчици, използуването на тези
колектори може реално да осигури над 30 % независимост на българския потребител !
Сметката е много проста:
- 1 м2 вакуумна колекторна площ годишно може да осигури 1 Мвч. енергия !
- 2 000 000 семейства х 5 м2 /средно от 2 до 10/ = 10 000 000 Мвч.
- 50 000 фирми х 30 м2 / средно от 10 до 50/ = 1 500 000 Мвч.
- 100 000 общ. сгради х 50 м2 = 5 000 000 Мвч.
- Общо 16 500 000 Мвч / 8760 = 1884 Мв енергийна мощност !
Това са повече от два реактора на АЕЦ Козлодуй при това с инвестиции на населението и бизнеса
!
В същото време има един основен проблем пред масовото използуване на този енергиен източник
и той е в същественото противоречие между възможността да потребяваш безплатен
енергиен консуматив и икономическата организация на съвременното общество с пазарна
икономика и консумативна насоченост.
Никой за съжаление няма интерес, потребителя да получава безплатно енергия !
По същество всеки м2 инсталирана слънчева колекторна площ, лишава някой енергиен
доставчик от приход !
Като го лиши от приход, то и държавата не може да си прибере данък !
Този проблем тихомълком се подминава, включително и в световен мащаб, или се търси
начин да се вкара в руслото на зависимостта на потребителя от енергиен доставчик,
институция и т.н.
Трудно да се определи в каква посока ще тръгне съвременното общество при очертаващата
се световна енергийна криза, ясно е обаче, че докато се основава на сегашната си обществено
политическа и икономическа организация, то енергийна независимост на отделния индивид
на това общество е немислима !
Фирма "КОВЕКС" ЕООД е изключителен представител за България на най-новото поколение
целогодишни вакуумно-тръбни слънчеви колектори за преобразуване на слънчевата енергия в
топлинна, технология на Даймлер Бенц Аероспейс (DASA) и производство на китайската фирма
Beijing Sunda Solar Energy Technology Co.
Това е топлинна тръба със суха връзка /Heat Pipe/, термокомпенсираща връзка /метал-стъкло/,
директен вакуум с висока степен, Getter и флуид - вода. Към настоящия момент това е върховата
технология в този вид колектори и е особено подходяща за зимна експлоатация.
Характерно за тези вакуумни тръби е изключително високото качество и ефективност, подкрепени
със сертификати за ефективност DIN (Germany), TUV, SRCC, DER BLAUE ENGEL, QAC и
притежаващи SPF протоколи за ефективност от Института за Слънчеви технологии (Swiss
Rapperswill) в Швейцария.
Монтираните от Нас досега над 3300 м2 колекторна площ през изминалите 3 години, дават
основание да се счита, че в приложението на тази технология има изключителни възможности за
облекчаване енергийното бреме върху гърба на българския потребител !
Технически данни Seido 5-16 Seido1-16 Seido10-20 175S-8T
Конструкция топлинна тръба със суха връзка и директен вакуум
Работен флуид вода
Брой тръби 16 16 20 8
Абсорбираща повърност,
м2 3,6 2,8 2 1,4
Обща повърност, м2 4,08 4,08 3,6 2,04
Макс. Работно налягане,
bar 6 6 6 6
Абсорбиращо покритие селективно - Алуминий, азот и кослород /Al, N, O2/
Размери Д х Ш х В, мм 2126х1920х175 2126х1920х187 1935х1800х187 -
Вместимост събирател: Л 0,96 0,96 0.8 175
Дебелина на стъклото,
мм 2,5 2,5 1,8 2,5
Устойчивост на град, мм 35
Диаметър на тръбата, мм 100 100 70 100
Материал на абсорбера Алуминий
Мах. Раб.налягане Р 6 bar до 6,5 bar
Наклон на колектора 30 - 90о 15-90о 15-90о 45о
Изолация на абсорбера Полиуретанова пяна
Стагн. T оС на тръбата 247
Мин t оС на околната
среда -45
Вакуум, МРа <10(-5)
Тегло 100 100 76 265
Предимства
Директен вакуум изтеглен във тръбата, обуславя работа без конвективни загуби
Работния флуид е вода /фабрично затворен/ с най-висок специфичен топлинен коефициент !
Гаранция за незамръзване на работния флуид е високото вакуумно изолиране: МРа = 5х10-5 !
Работа при външни температури до -45оС !
Липсва рефлектор при модулите - минимално ветрово натоварване, почти не задържа сняг и прах
Високото вакуумно изолиране се гарантира от термо- компресиращата технология на DASA !
"Гетер" - поглъща отделящите се молекули при вакуумиране и последваща работа !
Двойното покритие на Seido1 увеличава ефективността при сняг !
Полуцилиндричното покритие на тръба Seido5 позволява еднаква ефективност цял ден !
Нисък термичен капацитет на топлинната тръба: C = 13,1 KJ/K. - много висока динамика на процеса !
Суха връзка между топлинната тръба и колекторния събирател !
Бърз, лесен монтаж, лесна замяна и независимост на тръбите една от друга !
От 2 пъти по-ефективни през лятото до 4,7-5 пъти през зимата от плоските колектори !
От 30 до 50% по- ефективни през зимата спрямо вакуумните колектори с двустенните стъклени тръби !
Минимално ветрово натоварване (обуславящо се от тръбната конструкция) !
Ефект на термодиода-няма връщане на топлина от колектора към околната среда !
По-високи работни температури на вакуумните колектори !
Ефективност при облачно време /150-200 Watt/m2 !
Висококачествено боросиликатно стъкло- устойчивост на градушки до 35 мм на зърно
Световни сертификати за качество DIN, TUV, SRCC, SPF-test, Der Blaue Engel, Enag, KM, E
Енергонезависима инвестиция !
Възможност за интеграция със системи за климатизация !
Инж.ик. Св.Щерев
APPENDIX 2
Training sessions presentations











































APPENDIX 3
Dissemination documents used for the sessions
announcement
On the following pages are the electronic copies in Bulgarian of poster of the seminar, the
preliminary programme, the invitation letters and registration form used for the announcement
of the national seminar.
Invitation letters pasted in the following order below were sent out to:
¨ Minister of economy and energy
¨ Head of the department of Energy efficiency and Environmental protection at the Ministry
of economy and energy
¨ Head of the State Energy Efficiency Agency
¨ Chairman of the Association of the producers of ecological energy
¨ More than 100 companies working in the field of solar thermal energy
¨ Non-governmental organisations working in the field of renewable energy

National Seminar
Solar Thermal Applications in Eastern Europe.
Guaranteed Solar Results.
National Press-Club “Sofia Press”
Sofia, 29 Slavianska st., floor 7
Thursday, 11 September 2008
Organized by:
Sofia Energy
Centre
With the support of:
PRELIMINARY AGENDA
9:00 – 09:30 Registration
9:30 - 10:00 Official opening and greeting addresses from:
¨ Ministry of Economics and Energy
Mrs. K. Todorova, Directorate “Energy Efficiency and Environmental
Protection”
¨ Association of the Producers of Ecological Energy
Mr. Velizar Kiryakov – Head of the Association
10:00 – 10:30 Review of the European Market of Solar Thermal Applications,
Mrs. Charlotte Colleu, ADEME – France
10:30 – 11:00 The Bulgarian Market of Solar Thermal Applications with
Guaranteed Solar Results
Violetta Groseva, Sofia Energy Centre
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 11:50 Bulgarian Legislation and Solar Thermal Systems
Representative of the Ministry of Economy and Energy
11:50 – 12:10 Solar Systems in Buildings
Kolio Kolev, Director АЕЕ
12:10 – 12:30 Active Solar Systems in Buildings
Arch. Rossen Savov, University of Architecture, Construction and
Geodesy, Faculty of Architecture
12:30– 12:50 Spreading the Results of EAST-GSR and Exchange of Experience
through the International Club “Eco Building”
Arch. Evelina Stoykova, Sofia Energy Centre
12:50 – 13:10 Comparative Energy Assessment of Solar Collector and Solar
Yield for the Climatic Conditions of Bulgaria
Dr. Eng. Maya Stoyanova, Science fellow Eng. Rumen Stoykov,
Central Laboratory for Solar Energy and New Energy Sources,
Bulgarian Academy of Science
13:10 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 14:50 The Experience of ERATO for Production and Introduction of
Solar Systems
Eng. Krasimir Stanchev, Manager of ERATO
14:50 – 15:10 Large Solar Systems in Bulgaria
Eng. Marin Marinov, APEX SOLAR LTD.
15:10 – 15:30 Vacuum-Tube Solar Installations
Eng. Shterev, KOVEX
15:30 – 16:30 Roundtable – Current Barriers to the Introduction of Large
Solar Systems
16:30 Closing of the seminar
Training Sessions
Solar Thermal Applications in Eastern Europe.
Guaranteed Solar Result.
National Press-Club “Sofia Press”
Sofia, 29 Slavianska st., 7 floor
Friday, 12 September 2008
Organized by:
Sofia Energy
Centre
With the support of:
PRELIMINARY AGENDA
9:00 – 9:15 Project EAST-GSR – Solar Thermal Applications in Eastern
Europe. Guaranteed Solar Results.
Mrs. Charlotte Collen, ADEME – France
9:15 – 10:15 Technical Description, Sizing and Methods for Calculation of
Solar Systems
Gundula Tschernigg – Arsenal, Austria
10:15 – 10:30 Presentation of the Solar and Telemonitoring System of a
Residential Building on Simeonovsko shousse blvd., Sofia
Anton Georgiev – ERATO
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 13:00 Guaranteed Solar Results
J.Y.Quinette – Tecsol – France
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:00 Persuading Your Clients – Marketing of Large Solar Thermal
Systems
Jens Altevogt, Dena, Germany
15:00 – 16:00 Mechanisms for Assisting Third Party Financing and the Role of
ESCO Companies
Mr. Angelos Goumas, CRES, Greece
16:00 – 18:30 Visit to the solar system on blvd. “Simeonovsko Shousse” 106
Е Н Е Р Г И Е Н Ц Е Н Т Ъ Р С О Ф И Я О О Д
ул. Галичица 37, Вх.2, ап.1, 1164 София, България
тел. (+359 2) 962 8443;факс (+359 2) 962 8447
e-mail: vgroseva@sec.bg; sec@sec.bg
http://www.sec.bg
До: г-н Петър Димитров
Министър на икономиката и енергетиката на
Република България
Ул. Славянска №8
Относно: Патронаж на Национален семинар
Уважаеми г-н Министър,
Европейската комисия (Програма Интелигентна енергия за Европа) подкрепя проекта
“Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа с гарантирани слънчеви резултати”
– “Solar thermal applications in Eastern Europe with Guaranteed Solar Results” (EAST-GSR).
Основната цел на проекта е да се предаде концепцията за гарантиран слънчев резултат,
която успешно се използва в ЕС15 на пет нови страни-членки от Източна Европа, в т.ч. и
България.
На 11 септември (четвъртък) 2008 г. се организаира Национален семинар, който ще се
проведе в залата на Национален пресклуб “София прес”, ул. Славянска №29.
На 12 септември (петък) се организират образователни сесии за качествени големи
топлинни слънчеви системи. Лекторите са от: Австрия, Франция, Германия, Гърция и
България.
Енергийната политика на Република България е насочена и към максимално възможно
използване на възобновяемите енергийни източници в т.ч. и на слънчевата енергия.
За участниците в Националния семинар и Образователните сесии ще бъде чест ако те се
проведат и под патронажа на Министъра на икономиката и енергетиката, за което молим
Вашето съгласие.
В приложение прилагаме предварителните програми.
В очакване на Вашия отговор, оставам с голямо уважение към Вас.
Виолета Грозева
Управител на Енергиен център София
Е Н Е Р Г И Е Н Ц Е Н Т Ъ Р С О Ф И Я О О Д
ул. Галичица 37, Вх.2, ап.1, 1164 София, България
тел. (+359 2) 962 8443;факс (+359 2) 962 8447
e-mail: vgroseva@sec.bg; sec@sec.bg
http://www.sec.bg
До: г-жа Костадинка Тодорова
Директор на дирекция “Енергийна ефективност и
опазване на околната среда”
Министерство на икономиката и енергетиката
Относно: Слънчеви тооплинни приложения в Източна Европа с гарантирани слънчеви
резултати
Уважаема г-жо Тодорова,
Европейската комисия (Програма Интелигентна енергия за Европа) подкрепя проекта
“Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа с гарантирани слънчеви резултати”
– “Solar thermal applications in Eastern Europe with Guaranteed Solar Results” (EAST-GSR).
Основната цел на проекта е да се предаде концепцията за гарантиран слънчев резултат,
която успешно се използва в ЕС15 на пет нови страни-членки от Източна Европа, в т.ч. и
България.
На 11 септември (четвъртък) 2008 г. се организаира Национален семинар, който ще се
проведе в залата на Национален пресклуб “София прес”, ул. Славянска №29.
На 12 септември (петък) се организират образователни сесии за качествени големи
топлинни слънчеви системи. Лекторите са от: Австрия, Франция, Германия, Гърция и
България.
Материалите за курса са преведени на български език и ще бъдат раздадени на
участниците.
В заключение на курса се предвижда посещение на голяма слънчева инсталация за топла
вода и отопление, както и на топлинна помпа на жилищен блок в кв. Симеоново –
София.
Уважаема г-жо Тодорова,
Ще бъде чест за нас и участниците да откриете Форума на 11 септември, както и да
представите политиката на българското правителство относно ВЕИ и по-специално
относно слънчевата енергия.
В очакване на отговор оставам с голямо уважение към Вас.
Виолета Грозева
Управител на Енергиен център София
Е Н Е Р Г И Е Н Ц Е Н Т Ъ Р С О Ф И Я О О Д
ул. Галичица 37, Вх.2, ап.1, 1164 София, България
тел. (+359 2) 962 8443;факс (+359 2) 962 8447
e-mail: vgroseva@sec.bg; sec@sec.bg
http://www.sec.bg
До: г-н Таско Арменков
Изпълнителен директор на АЕЕ
Ул. “Екзарх Йосиф” №37/ул. “Сердика” №11
Относно: Сградния фонд и слънчеви топлинни системи
Уважаеми г-н Ерменков,
Европейската комисия (Програма Интелигентна енергия за Европа) подкрепя проекта
“Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа с гарантирани слънчеви резултати”.
Основната цел на проекта е да се гарантира високо качество на изгражданите топлинни
системи и приложението им в сградния фонд.
Във връзка с горното Енергиен център София организира на 11 септември 2008 г. в
залата на Национален пресклуб “София прес”, ул. Славянска №29 национален семинар
по темата и на 12 септември образователни сесии. Лектори ще бъдат специалисти от
Франция, Германия, Австрия, Гърция и България.
Имам честта да Ви поканя да приветствате Националния семинар от името на Агенцията
по енергийна ефективност.
Моля също от името на Агенцията да бъде изнесена презентация касаеща сградния фонд
и прилагането на слънчеви топлинни системи.
В очакване на отговор оставам с голямо уважение към Вас.
Виолета Грозева
Управител на Енергиен център София
Е Н Е Р Г И Е Н Ц Е Н Т Ъ Р С О Ф И Я О О Д
ул. Галичица 37, Вх.2, ап.1, 1164 София, България
тел. (+359 2) 962 8443;факс (+359 2) 962 8447
e-mail: vgroseva@sec.bg; sec@sec.bg
http://www.sec.bg
До: г-н Велизар Киряков
Председател на “Асоциация на производителите на
екологична енергия”
Ул. “Г.С. Раковски” №23, 9000 Варна
Относно: Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа
Уважаеми г-н Киряков,
Съгласно нашия разговор по време на Работната среща през май т.г. на КК “Златни
пясъци” по възобновяеми енергийни източници и Вашето съгласие да приветствате
Национален семинар по “Слънчеви топлинни приложения”, приложено Ви изпращам
предварителна програма.
Тъй като няма асоцияция на производителите на слънчеви топлинни системи то смятам,
че е целесъбразно Вашата асоциация да обхване и слънчевите колектори. Слънчевата
топлинна енергия замества главно топлинна енергия произведена на база на
електроенергия (битова гореща вода).
В очакване на отговор оставам с дълбоко уважение към Вас.
Виолета Грозева
Управител на Енергиен център София
Е Н Е Р Г И Е Н Ц Е Н Т Ъ Р С О Ф И Я О О Д
ул. Галичица 37, Вх.2, ап.1, 1164 София, България
тел. (+359 2) 962 8443;факс (+359 2) 962 8447
e-mail: vgroseva@sec.bg; sec@sec.bg
http://www.sec.bg
ПОКАНА
за участие в
Национален семинар и
Образователни сесии по
Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа.
Гарантирани слънчеви резултати
София, 11-12 септември 2008
Уважаеми колеги, дами и господа,
На 11-12 септември 2008 г. в Национален пресклуб “София прес” (гр. София, ул.
Славянска 29, ет. 7) Енергиен център София съвместно с Асоциацията на
производителите на екологична енергия организира Национален семинар и
Образователни сесии на тема “Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа.
Гарантирани слънчеви резултати.” Основната цел е да се предаде концепцията за
гарантиран слънчев резултат, която успешно се използва в ЕС15 на пет нови страни
членки от Източна Европа, в т.ч. и България.
На семинара ще бъде представен както преглед на европейския пазар за слънчеви
топлинни системи така и на българския пазар. Ще се наблегне на практическите условия
за развитие на слънчевите топлинни системи - българското законодателство и
приложението им при изграждане на нови сгради и при съществуващия сграден фонд.
Образователните сесии се отнасят до техническото описание, оразмеряване и методи за
изчисление на топлинни слънчеви системи с гарантирани слънчеви резултати.
Маркетинга и механизмите за финансово подпомагане на такива системи също ще бъдат
разгледани.
Образователните сесии ще бъдат представени от специалисти от Австрия, Франция,
Германия и Гърция. Приготвеният и преведен на български език – “Професионален
наръчник за проектиране на слънчеви топлинни системи” (100 страници) ще бъде
предоставен на хартиен носител на участниците в образователните сесии.
Моля потвърдете Вашето участие в срок до 31 юли 2008, като попълните
регистрационната форма или се обадите на тел. 02 962 8447.
Надяваме се Националния семинар и Образователните сесии да представляват интерес
за Вас и да участвате в тях.
С уважение,
Виолета Грозева,
Управител на Енергиен център София
Приложения:
· Предварителна програма за Национален семинар
· Предварителна програма за Образователни сесии
· Регистрационна форма.
Е Н Е Р Г И Е Н Ц Е Н Т Ъ Р С О Ф И Я О О Д
ул. Галичица 37, Вх.2, ап.1, 1164 София, България
тел. (+359 2) 962 8443;факс (+359 2) 962 8447
e-mail: vgroseva@sec.bg; sec@sec.bg
http://www.sec.bg
Уважаеми колеги,
С удоволствие Ви каним на:
· Национален семинар по слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа;
· Образователни сесии по слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа
които ще се проведат на 11 и 12 септември в залата на Националния прес-клуб “София-
прес”, ул. Славянска 29, София.
Приложено Ви изпращаме предварителни програми както и Регистрационна форма,
която молим да попълните и ни я върнете.
За допълнителна информация може да се обръщата към:
Нели Папазова
Тел: 02 962 8443
Факс: 02 962 8447
e-mail: npapazova@sec.bg
Национален семинар
Образователни сесии
Слънчеви топлинни приложения в Източна Европа.
Гарантирани слънчеви резултати.
11 и 12 септември 2008 г.
Национален пресклуб “София прес”
Гр. София, ул. Славянска 29, ет. 7
четвъртък, 11 септември 2008 г.
Организиран от:
Енергиен център
София
С подкрепата на:
Регистрационна форма
Име
Фирма/организация
Адрес за контакт
Телефон
Факс
e-mail
Участието е без такса но броят на участниците е ограничен.
Желая да участвам в:
¨ Националния семинар на 11.09.2008 г.
¨ Образователните сесии на 12.09.2008 г.
Моля да изпратите попълнените форми на:
Факс: (02) 962 8447 или
e-mail: npapazova@sec.bg
APPENDIX 4
Satisfaction questionnaire for the
training session
EAST-GSR
Solar thermal applications in Eastern Europe
with Guaranteed Solar Results
National session satisfaction questionnaire
Sofia, September 11th & 12th, 2008
You have participated to:
- Networking session (September 11th) ❑
- Training session and pilot site visit (September 12th) ❑
How have you heard about this session?
- Mailing ❑
- Press article ❑
- Other:.........................................................................................................................................
Have you already participated in trainings/information sessions about solar thermal?
Yes ❑ No ❑
Kind of events:…………………………………………………………………………………..
…………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Had you heard about the EAST-GSR project before? Yes ❑ No ❑
If yes, how?..................................................................................................................................
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Satisfaction about this session:
Not interesting
at all
Rather
interesting
Interesting Very
interesting
Quality of the presentations
Quality of the discussions
General appreciation about the session
Comments:………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………………...
About which topics would you like to have more information?
.......................................................................................................................................................
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Do you think there is a potential market for large solar thermal system in Bulgaria?
Not at all ❑ Maybe ❑ Surely ❑
Comments……………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
In you opinion, the GSR approach is:
Not interesting at all ❑ Rather interesting ❑ Interesting ❑ Very interesting ❑
Comments:………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Would you be ready to invest in a large solar system with a GSR contract?
Yes ❑ No ❑
Why?..............................................................................................................................................
...................................................................................................................................................
Would you be interested in realising a feasibility study for a project with the support of
the EAST-GSR Bulgarian partner, SEC? (only large scale systems)
Yes ❑ No ❑
Type of project:…………………………………………………………………….……………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………...
Please precise your profession/field of activity:……………………………………………....
…………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Personal data
Name:……………………………………………………………………………………
Phone number:…………………………………………………………………………..
Email:……………………………………………………………………………………
City of residence:………………………………………………………………………..
Thank you for your participation!
http://www.solareast-gsr.net/
Contact : vgroseva@sec.bg
 davido.extraxim@gmail.com