Thermodynamic Solar Panels – Hot Water All Year Round

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Thermodynamic Solar Panels – Hot Water All Year Round

solar-panelYou’re probably familiar with regular solar panels, which take in light energy or photos from the sun and convert it into electricity which can be used for any purpose you like.

Solar panels are a great sustainable way to produce energy but they’re also dependent on sunlight to a strong degree. In particular they don’t produce any electricity during dull weather or at nighttime.

Thermodynamic Solar technology is different, and it’s a quiet revolution in sustainable energy.

Thermodynamic technology doesn’t need sunlight, and is capable of producing piping hot water 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, rain or shine, in the depths of winter or on the darkest night.

Sounds like magic? Well it’s actually science! It works by drawing heat from the atmosphere, which even works while it’s raining outside. That because the refrigerant liquid inside the panels is at a really low temperature, so any energy from the outside atmosphere is enough to turn it into a gas.

This gas passes into a compressor and into a heat exchange coil, which provides energy to heat the hot water in your cylinder. That’s enough to provide a full tank at 55 degrees celsius, whenever you need it.

The only electricity needed to run the system is for the compressor, and it’s equivalent to what’s required for a domestic fridge. Overall you can save up to 80 percent on your water heating costs, and there is a version that can also be used for underfloor heating and even swimming pools!

What’s more, the Thermodynamic panel system contains no moving parts so it’s very easy to maintain, and the average system pays for itself within five years.

To find out more about getting Thermodynamic panels fitted in your home, call LVP Renewables on 01 8644925 or fill in the contact form to arrange a free consultation.

By | 2016-11-30T11:13:55+00:00 November 30th, 2016|News Items, Uncategorised|0 Comments