Thermodynamic (solar hot water)
Generating your own energy has never been more important than in today’s world. Gas and electricity prices now stand at a record high and as such, your bills are more expensive than ever. That’s why harnessing renewable power is so worthwhile, ending your reliance on the National Grid power.
Thermodynamic solar panels are becoming more and more popular in the UK. They take the sun’s rays and convert them into heat for hot water in your home. They’re highly efficient and by taking advantage of modern technology you can save and earn hundreds of pounds every year.
Government schemes reward you for producing your own energy and you’ll also save money on bills. It’s certainly worth considering if you want to reduce your expenses.
Of course, thermodynamic solar panels are environmentally friendly too so whilst you’re saving money you’re also doing your own bit for the planet.
With thermodynamic solar panels:
- Reduce your heating bills by producing renewable energy
- Earn a guaranteed income with the Government’s feed-in tariff scheme
- Avoid national prices and protect your energy bills for 25 years and more
- Become environmentally friendly and slash home CO2 emissions
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