If you are currently on the power grid and want to offset your electrical power usage by incorporating renewable energies, or you want to move totally off grid, then proceed to Net Metering Analysis.
If you are building new, or have a place without power and want to power it with renewable energy, then proceed to Off Grid Analysis.
If you need to pump water where there is no power, we will analyze your situation and provide you with a solution or options when you go to Water Pumping.
For any other inquiries, please go to General Inquiry.
Solar thermal refers to the process of using the sun’s energy as a source of heat. We can heat spaces (homes and offices, for example) by either warming the air of a space directly, or by warming a fluid or a solid mass as a means of storing the heat so that the release of the heat can be controlled, perhaps even for a prolonged period of time – anywhere from hours after the sun has set to whole seasons.
One of the most cost effective applications is to produce domestic or commercial hot water. We can even use a concentration of the sun’s heat energy to produce a steam to drive turbines that produce electric power. The main component in a system designed to utilize the sun’s energy as heat, is called a solar collector and, from a distance, it might be mistaken for a solar PV module by an untrained eye.
Contact our thermal solution experts and tell us what you want to do, and we will analyze your situation and develop a design that fits your needs.