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Solar energy inOregon
Solar hot water facilities in Memphis, Tennessee Solar energy is not the only way to save fuel costs.
Solar hot water in New York City One of the first facilities of Soliclima
Installation of Solar hot water and electricity in Baltimore, Maryland Solar thermal energy is not only used to generate hot water for domestic use. You can also use it for production processes, for example, to heat water used for washing agricultural facilities.
Solar hot water facilities in Nashville, Tennessee Solar thermal energy: engine room
Solar hot water and heated swimming pools in Las Vegas, Nevada Solar energy can be used to climatize pools
Solar hot water for a business in Louisville , Kentucky Not only homes may benefit from hot water using solar energy.
Solar energy facility in multi sport facility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Domestic solar solutions have a tank where the solar heat exchange between the plates and drinking water takes place. When the tank is greater than 1000 liters, the exchange occurs on the outside, through a plate exchanger, which is what we saw in the second image.
Solar hot water and heated swimming pools in Las Vegas, Nevada
Solar energy can be used to climatize pools
We all know that the sun does not shine equally throughout the year. In winter, it shines less and this is not due only because there are more cloudy days, but, because the tilt of the Earth keeps changing during the seasons. In summer the sun's rays are coming from directly overhead and in winter they are spread over a greater surface area, lowering its calorific value. For this reason, when installing a solar energy installation, it´s necessary to gauge what will work best in winter and put the number of plates that will meet winter´s demand and exceed them in the summer when the sun rays are more perpendicular and less hot water is needed for showering.
This means that, the extra heat from the summertime, needs to be stored, somehow. Normally, the controlling device of the solar installation, resolves this issue by automatically regulating the temperature inside the accumulator, but, in the event that there is a swimming pool at the house where the solar hot water is being installed, the excess heat can be used to heat an outdoor swimming pool and, thus, extend the bathing season.