Many people associate solar energy with hot areas like Arizona and Southern California. However, solar system (SWH) can be used by families and businesses in colder areas such as Wisconsin and Oregon. In fact, Germany, a solar thermal market leader in Europe, stressed SolarThermalWorld in a press release.
"Many people assume that SWH is not an option for them, because they live not in the vicinity of a searing desert or from a sunny beach", said Nigel cotton, OEM team leader of the international copper Association (ICA) and founder of SolarThermalWorld. org, a Web community for solar professionals.
SWH lead to significant savings
'However in a thermal solar system, the energy of the Sun is used to water in a 'holding tank' heat.' "This heated water is passed to, to provide hot water throughout the system", explains cotton. "While SWH may not be in a position, provide for all hot water needs in colder climes, it can offer significant savings."
In Colorado, home owners are already using SWH. After the Colorado Center for resource conservation can be a long-term cost savings also used a solar thermal hot water system for a House. You appreciate that in the exchange of an electrical system, SWH can save a household $ 625 per year. Also pay this type of long-term investment in solar thermal can be used for the operative business.
Solar technology is able to capture the Sun's energy and transfer it into heat in many regions around the world.
A laundromat in Toronto, installed Canada a SWH system, thus saving money on their energy bills. According to the Canadian solar Industries Association, the solar system "is expected back to pay their investment in less than 10 years if energy prices remain stable but faster payback reach rising energy prices."
"Thermal solar system is able, which capture energy from the Sun and transfer them into heat in many regions around the world," says Baerbel EPP, editor of the SolarThermalWorld.org newsletter. "It is helpful for families and businesses to discover the different ways to use the free-of-charge energy from the Sun, no matter where they live."