Solar thermal panels use heat from the sun to heat water to meet the water demands of a property. The well developed technology has a large range of equipment to suit different applications and can also make you money from the energy that is produced in this natural and environmentally friendly method. Solar thermals also only require a minimal amount of roof space compared to Solar PV, making them a great option if space is an issue.
Whats the difference between Solar Thermals and Solar PV?
To put it simply, solar PV converts sunlight to electricity, whereas solar thermal converts sunlight direct to heat.
How we can help ?
To make it easier for you our renewable energy system installers can guide you through the entire process, we can help you apply for a grant to help towards the cost of the installation of the solar heating system, known as Renewable Heat Premium Payment. With the average installation cost for a domestic system costing £3,000 – £5,000, we can help you receive a huge saving.
In conjunction with the Solar water heating, low water heating systems like underfloor heating could be used in order to support the provision of heating your property. The degree in which solar water heating can contribute to heating needs is dependent on the size and number of panels and the demands of the heating system.