Water heaters and radiators: all your equipment can become solar!

You’re tired of always paying an exorbitant electricity bill at the beginning of every month; there is a reliable way to get out of such an obligation.  The solution is within reach with the use of a new energy source, namely solar and renewable energy. With such an initiative, you will see that you will no longer need to limit your energy expenses and meet all your expectations without your bank account emptying at high speed. But how is this done and what appliances can be allocated to this concept?

Solar energy for the benefit of your heating appliances

According to the statistics offered by the research entities, the radiator is one of the most energy-consuming electrical appliances in a household. Either more than 1000 kWh of energy is required by it; and the water heater is no different from this in terms of consumption either. However, these two appliances cannot be neglected in order to guarantee comfort and the best living conditions in a household. Especially in the middle of winter, we cannot do without them. And that is why opting for a solar energy project is essential. Not only can this concept offer you excellent energy efficiency, but all your heating appliances can be connected to it with ease.

Which radiator for solar energy?

Among the many varieties of radiators available, the inertia radiator is known to be the most economical. This is surely due to the fact that this device, unlike the classic ones, assimilates the heat and is able to propagate it when needed, even when switched off. Moreover, if it works with solar energy, it will be more than an economical inertia radiator. You can be sure that your home will always be warm and that the optimum comfort will be there for you.

A solar water heater

And yes, with today’s technological evolution and the fight against environmental destruction, any device requiring an energy resource has been translated into a solar version, including water heaters. A solar water heater provides countless advantages to its user; if we mention only that it is capable of covering all the water needs of an entire household. But also, thanks to its use of an inexhaustible and natural resource, it greatly reduces carbon dioxide emissions and thus preserves the environment. Not to mention that it also reduces the electricity bill by up to 40% annually.

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