Chloride Exide MEGASUN 200 L Solar Water Heater for Hard Water (Indirect) water
MEGA SUN PRE 200L INDIRECT SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEM Cylinder 1×2 .6m2 collector (ST 2500), frame, accessories pack,Glycol
Benefits of Solar Water Heaters
Why should you choose solar water heaters for your home or business? Here are some of the biggest benefits of investing in a solar hot water system.
Once you invest in a solar hot water heater, you’ll start to get that money back in the form of free energy. The typical home will see an average of at least a 50% reduction in water-heating electricity use. If you live somewhere that gets a lot of suns, like Arizona, you could see as much as a 90% decrease in your water-heating bill.
Who wouldn’t want to save money and get free energy?
Reduced Carbon Footprint
The general consensus is that climate change is occurring and that carbon emissions are a major contributing factor. A solar water heater uses the renewable energy of the sun to warm up your home’s water.
If you can use solar energy to heat up water, that’s less fossil fuel or natural gas being used and released into the atmosphere from traditional electric or gas water heaters. That means you’ll be helping save the environment in addition to lowering your gas or electric bill.
Heating up your water directly from the sun’s rays is much more efficient than converting sunlight into energy that is then used to warm up your home’s water. Why take two steps to heat up your water when you can do it in one step?
They Take up Less Space than Traditional Solar Panels
Since solar water heaters are more efficient than traditional solar panels, the average home only requires one to three solar water heater panels. If you don’t love the idea of your entire roof is covered in solar panels, then a solar hot water heater may be a great option.
They’re Cheaper than Solar PV Panels
Since you need fewer solar water heater panels, they’re much cheaper to install than traditional solar PV panels. If you can help save the environment and reduce your gas or electric bills for a lower initial cost, then what’s holding you back from making that investment?