These highly efficient collectors harness and convert the suns natural energy and warmth, to heat domestic hot water.
A conventional boiler or immersion heater is then used to back up the system to provide hot water. This will only be the case, when the solar thermal system is unable to provide the required energy alone.
Solar thermal technology does not rely on sunlight but on solar radiation. This means that, even in our climate, solar heating can harness sufficient energy to meet your hot water requirements. This is especially beneficial during the summer months, however, even in the spring and autumn months, your boiler can be supported by solar energy. Thus keeping your boiler off and making you a considerable saving on your energy bills.