The solar thermal plant is composed of panels that produce hot water from sun energy. Solar radiation heats a fluid circulating inside the panels. Then, such liquid transfers the absorbed heat to a water storage tank.
The use of hot water accumulated in the tank, instead of water produced by a boiler or an electric water heater, saves fuel or electricity consumption. The use of a solar thermal plant for the production of hot water and the integration of heating can also save 60% on the use of gas or diesel.
Potential integration with existing system
Government cash incentives
Reduced consumption and energy bill
Contribution to environmental protection
Property value increase
Guaranteed long term energy efficiency
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