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Solar energy for hot water and high-performance diesel boiler in Victorville, California
Solar hot water and heating in Downey, California Solar energy is more than a series of plates on the roof. In these images we can see some of the lesser known intricacies of such facilities
Solar energy for hot water in Anahaim, California
Solar hot water, radiant floor heating and pellet boiler in West Covina, California There are many systems used to heat water, including pellet boilers. Pellet boilers are different from other boilers because of the raw material they use for the combustion of energy, the pellets.
Solar hot water, radiant floor heating + integral solar assisted heat pump in Santa Ana, California This heat pump produces hot water and heating for the whole house, therefore, there is no need for a boiler.
Solar hot water and heated pool in Albany, Georgia Solar energy can be used to heat swimming pools
Solar energy for hot water for 4 + pool heating in Montgomery, Alabama The lack of space on the roof led to the placing of the solar panels in the garden, taking into account that they would never be under the shade.
Solar hot water and greywater in Savannah, Georgia. The use of natural resources and renewable energy is essential today.
Solar hot water, radiant floor heating + integral solar assisted heat pump in Santa Ana, California
This heat pump produces hot water and heating for the whole house, therefore, there is no need for a boiler.
Heat pumps are the most efficient solution available to save energy at home. Heat pumps move heat from one place to another. Their efficiency is measured in units called, COP(coefficient of performance). A COP of four means that for every unit of energy they consume, they produce four. The consumption of boilers is not measured in COP, but, to get an idea, we can say that, for every unit consumed by a gas or oil boiler, it produces less than one, while, each unit consumed by a heat pump, produces four. As we see, the energy efficiency of the heat pump is huge compared to a boiler, even if it´s high-performance.