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Domestic Hot Water (DHW)

Domestic Hot Water (DHW)

Domestic hot water (DHW) is a business's second most significant energy expense following heating.
Generating domestic hot water with solar energy using solar panels is an alternative worth considering. Installation of solar panels represents a significant economic investment, but it is a highly reliable and long-lasting system. With correct and adequate maintenance the system has a useful life of 35 years.

What are the advantages of thermal solar panels?

  • It is clean energy, which is sustainable and does not contaminate.
  • It produces small scale or distributed energy, which encourages self-sufficiency. The translates into significant savings on gas and electricity bills.
  • Energy savings in industrial processes using hot water.
  • Has less visual impact than other installations and requires little maintenance.
  • Price affordable for small economies. The terms for depreciation are 5 years.
  • The proximity of the point of generation to the point of consumption minimizes possible energy losses.

Useful Advice About Solar Panels

  • Before planning to install solar panels in your business, calculate the quantity of energy consumed and the area's average amount of solar radiation. This will allow you to choose the best option from among the wide range of solar panels and systems.
  • Pay attention to the technical specifications and the output of each panel, and do not make a decision based solely upon price.
  • If necessary, request a consultation with the manufacturers. Take note of the materials, the warranty and the maintenance required. Another important factor is the approximate useful life offered by the manufacturer.