In Indian homes, reliable hot water supplies for Rain Water Showers, Jaccuzi or daily bathing has a significant cost. Conventional hot water heaters can account for up to 30% of household energy use and can be significant carbon emitters.
One alternative is solar hot water, which can reduce energy bills by 50-85%, as well as lowering carbon emissions.
Unfortunately, this system needs a boost with gas or electricity when the sun isn’t shining or hot water demand is high or stored hot water is used in the evening.
Being green is not always as straightforward as it may seem.
It should be clear that solar water heaters do rely on electrical elements to provide hot water at all times.
So how can you get the most out of your solar hot water system?
We need to look beyond solar installation – combining a hot water heat pump is a suitable choice.
The heat pump uses a small amount of electricity to extract a lot of energy from the surrounding air. So a heat pump is also using the energy from the sun but only indirectly and so it can work day and night, winter and summer.
The efficiency of a heat pump is saving 70% on electricity bills for water heating. CO2 emission is greatly reduced in comparison to gas or oil-fired boilers.
This Hybrid Solar Heat Pump enables you to always have hot water at a fraction of the cost no matter when or how much water you use.
The life expectancy of both the solar system and the heat pump is very similar and is estimated at 10-15 years but in most of the cases systems are running for more than 25 years and still going strong.
Capacity : 120 Liters per hour
Power Consumption : 1 kw
Dimensions (mm) : 2388 (L) x 1226 (W) x 1400 (H)
Hot Water Tank Option : 50, 100, 150 Liters
Continuous Hot Water Supply
24X7 Round the year
Lowest Energy Consumption
For your Jacuzzi, Rain water Shower, daily bath & Kitchen requirements