Some of the positive features of the solar systems are:

 

Owners of solar systems do not wait for political decisions or global change, they just act.


 Solar system is easily recognized sign of high responsibility, environmental awareness and commitment.


    Owners of solar collectors are happy with every sun beam and have bigger environmental knowledge.


    They enjoy bathing and washing using water heated by the sun - especially in the summer when the heating element of the boiler can be completely turned off.


    Solar system makes them more independent from rising of energy bills.


    Use tax credits and state financial support.


    Solar systems increase the value of the property and his image; solar houses can easily be sold or rented.


    Solar thermal systems for domestic hot water preparation technical / technological matured and their durability is greater than 25 years.

 

  The availability of new generation of home appliances opens up new opportunities for the use of hot water obtained from the solar system. The huge stage of washing water heating with electricity can be avoided that would be used hot water from the solar system.

 

  In the heating season the warm water that will be produced by the solar system could be used for heating needs. Higher percentage of utilization is obtained in the so-called transitional periods. The maximum efficiency of such a system can be achieved by a combination of solar panels on the roof and wall.


    Standard solar system covers between 50% and 90% (in the subtropical and tropical Climates) of annual energy required for hot water preparation. Even in northern geographic latitudes, between May and September, it can cover 90% of needs.


    Solar systems for swimming pools are economical and investment can be regained in a short time.


    Throughout life, solar systems produce 13 times more energy than the energy used in their manufacture.


   Solar systems have low maintenance requirements, and their energy is constantly available.


With the acceptance of solar technology, market is recruit new employment sectors that will surely exist in the future.


    Solar technology creates lasting jobs in the manufacturing, design, training, installation, servicing and maintenance.

These are just some of the positive features of the solar systems

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