WINTER SOLAR

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  • Cost Effective
  • Energy Saver
  • Eco Friendly
  • Non Pollutive
  • Renewable Source of Energy
  • Cost Effective

    Solar water heating systems usually cost more to purchase and install than conventional water heating systems. However, a solar water heater can usually save you money in the long run.

    On average, if you install a solar water heater, your water heating bills should drop 50%–80%. Also, because the sun is free, you're protected from future fuel shortages and price hikes.

    Before purchasing a solar water heating system, estimate the annual operating costs and compare several systems. This will help you determine the energy savings and payback period of investing in a more energy-efficient system, which will probably have a higher purchase price.

    Before you can choose and compare the costs of various systems, you need to know the system size required for your home.

  • Energy Saver

    These systems are usually storage systems as well. Depending on the weather, they can heat up to 90% of your water, free of cost, by utilizing the sun's energy. The solar hot water system generally consists of a solar panel located on the roof, facing the north, to heat water, as well as an insulated storage tank to store your hot water. It is reliable doesn't require much maintenance and will last up to 10-15 years

    Let us first look at how a solar water heater works. Solar hot water systems are composed of solar energy collectors, a liquid system to move heat from the extractor to the storage. This system enables you to heat household hot water for a home or for commercial & Industrial uses.

    Solar Hot water systems can reduce the hot water heating costs by 75% - 95%, probably saving you thousand of rupees annually. Solar hot water systems can be cost-competitive any time thus reducing electricity intake by making use of this efficient technology.

  • Eco Friendly

    Solar water heaters are completely eco-friendly. Homes need to have a south facing roof or other suitable spot to site the solar water heater and this need to be free from shade. The most efficient solar water heaters are in full sun for most of the day. Solar water heaters have the advantage of being very low cost to run and use solar energy, which is a completely renewable resource. They can, however, be more expensive to run and often require a supplementary heating source. Solar water heaters need to be fitted by a thermal engineer who can also give advice as to the best system to use, taking into account local climatic conditions. When considering a solar water heater it is also important to take into account any local planning requirements. Solar water heater needs solar panel to be installed on roof of your home.

    Homes need to have a south facing roof or other suitable spot to site the solar water heater and this need to be free from shade. The most efficient solar water heaters are in full sun for most of the day. Solar water heaters have the advantage of being very low cost to run and use solar energy, which is a completely renewable resource.

  • Non Pollutive

    Solar water heaters do not pollute. By investing in one, you will be avoiding carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide, and the other air pollution and wastes created when your utility generates power or you burn fuel to heat your household water. When a solar water heater replaces an electric water heater, the electricity displaced over 20 years represents more than 50 tons of avoided carbon dioxide emissions alone.

    When looked at as a return on investment, a quality Winter solar system is actually a far better investment than most pension plans. The return on investment on a Winter system is generally over 7% and it can be as high as 20%. As utility prices rise the return on investment will rise, increasing the original value. More importantly, you own the system; therefore it can never be a bad investment! You can even take it with you if you move!

  • Renewable Source of Energy

    Solar energy technologies use the sun's energy and light to provide heat, light, hot water, electricity, and even cooling, for homes, businesses, and industry. There are a variety of technologies that have been developed to take advantage of solar energy.

    Renewable energy technologies that make direct use of sunlight include solar panels, which absorb the sun's heat to produce hot water; and photovoltaic cells that use sunlight to make electricity. Secondary solar-powered resources include wind turbines that generate electricity; biomass crops that require sunlight for growth and are burnt to produce heat; and heat pumps that concentrate the low-grade heat absorbed by the air, ground or water in summer to heat buildings in winter and cool them in summer.

    Your choice of renewable energy resources will depend on the prevailing climatic conditions, the characteristics of your home, and the relative advantages and disadvantages of each renewable energy source.

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