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Solar Thermal Hot Water - Flat Bed or Evacuated Tubes

Up to 95% of Free Hot Water!

Solar Thermal systems can supply up to 80% of free hot water throughout the year. In the summer months that increases to 95%.

The panels or tubes are usually fitted to the roof but can be fully integrated. The panels absorb the sun's energy which heats hot water through a heat transfer system which is stored in a dedicated hot water cylinder. Once installed, solar thermal systems have virtually no running costs.

These systems are typically used for hot water, however they can be used to provide heating too. Where the solar hot water cylinder is fully charged or the energy gain is low the solar energy can be delivered into the heating system of the property instead

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With the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive payment scheme (RHI) which now includes non-domestic installations this is a great time to invest in Solar thermal for your home or business.

And in September 2017 RHI payments were increased to 10.02 pence for 7 years for each unit of heat produced. Solar thermal arrays do not require the same roof space as Solar PV nor do they need to be South facing yet systems can be designed to meet the majority of your hot water requirements

Systems can also be sized to meet the variable demands of a business property. Contact Solec to find out more.

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Our solar installation by Solec was absolutely first rate. Excellent fast & efficient service with an accurate & clear quotation process, and they managed to get it all installed well before the deadline. Communication throughout was excellent. I have every confidence in the Solec team - our contact Bob Wilmot was always well informed, positive and very happy to answer our constant questions. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Solec and am very happily now watching my KwH's rack up on the meter!

Alex Smith