Solar Thermal Systems
In a typical American home, water heating with conventional fuels (natural gas, electricity, or oil) can account for 25% or more of your total household energy consumption. Solar thermal hot water, in contrast, uses free, renewable energy from the sun to heat your water, providing a clean, green, cost-effective alternative for domestic hot water, space heat, commercial applications and pool heat.
How It Works
Most solar water-heating systems for buildings have two main parts: a solar collector(s) and a solar storage tank(s).
Solar water heaters use the sun to heat a heat-transfer fluid in the collector. Heated fluid is pumped from the collector in the bottom of the solar storage tank into a heat exchanger where heat energy is transferred from the fluid to potable water. Heated water is then held in the storage tank ready for use, with a conventional system or electric element providing additional heating as necessary.
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