All these installations were done and are located in Europe and are an example of the types of intallations that we plan to introduce in the United States. We are looking for business partners in the U.S. If interested, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@soliclima.com

Solar hot water Facilities

Solar hot water for apartment building in Lompoc, California

Increasingly, a larger number of apartment buildings use solar energy to produce hot water. Until recently, it wasn´t hardly used, but, the coming into effect of the Technical Building Code of 2006, introduced by law, the use of this resource in any new building.

Solar energy in Visalia

Hot water and solar heating for Hotels in Visalia, California. Hotels and other facilities specially benefit from solar energy

Solar hot water and solar heating in Madera, California

There are two main uses of solar energy for homes

Solar energy in Santa Barbara

Solar energy for hot water and heating in Santa Barbara, California. Another example of the lodging industry using solar energy

Solar hot water, solar heating and heated swimming pool in Santa Clarita, California

Any building constructed after 2006 must, by law, include a solar water heating system. In addition, there are subsidies for older buildings that choose to install this type of system.

Solar energy in Sunnyvale

Solar hot water, heating, swimming pool climatization; household heating with heat pump and radiant floor in Sunnyvale, California. Soliclima doesn´t just install renewable energy systems.

Solar hot water and heating in Victorville, California

Soliclima has stores in most Spanish provinces

Solar energy in Lancaster

Solar energy for hot water and heated swimming pools in Lancaster, California. The differences between module, collector, concentrator, plate and solar panel.

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Solar energy in Madera, California
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Solar hot water and solar heating in Madera, California

There are two main uses of solar energy for homes

One is used only to generate hot water. It is the most common and it´s mandatory in all new construction. It´s not necessary to produce 100% of the solar hot water needs in an apartment building, because that would probably require a large number of solar plates that would not fit on the roof of the building and only a percentage is required, that varies, depending on the geographical location, since, for instance, in the north of the iberian peninsula, the sun doesn´t shine as strongly as in the south east and south.

The other is pre-heating the system. It uses solar energy to heat the hydraulic circuit as much as it can, which in wintertime is quite variable and then, the boiler kicks in to raise the temperature up to the level needed, resulting in significant fuel savings.