Thermodynamics the principle was discovered in the 1800’s but it is recent advances in technology that has brought them to the forefront of renewable energy.
Saving the environment and saving money by better insulating your home and installing renewable energy products is becoming more and more important in these days of rising energy prices and fuel poverty becoming common place.
Unlike traditional thermal solar that requires sunlight to heat a liquid in evacuated tubes, Thermodynamic solar panels use an aluminium solar collector which absorbs the heat from the ambient temperature. They work 24 hours per day and 365 days per year.
They work night and day in rain, shine or snow. Providing hot water up to 60 degrees C, the basic 200 litre system will provide enough hot water for a family of 4 or 5.
Thermodynamic energy can be used to heat sanitary water or central heating systems. They can also be used to heat swimming pools very effectively.
They can be fitted to new builds or retro fitted and the panels are smaller than conventional thermal solar panels or PV solar. They will also work on East and West facing roofs and can even be fitted vertically to a wall.
To find out more about these systems go to www.greenserveuk.com and see how thermodynamic solar panels can help you save money and help the environment.