This page provides basic information on the components and types of solar water heaters currently available and the economic and environmental benefits of owning a system. This could be helpful in selecting a system for your home or industry. Solar water heaters are cost competitive in many applications when you account for the total energy costs over the life of the system. Although the initial cost of solar water heaters is higher than that of conventional water heaters, the fuel (sunshine) is free. Plus, they are environmentally friendly. To take advantage of these heaters, you must have an unshaded, south-facing location (a roof, for example) on your property. Solar water heaters can operate in any climate. Performance varies depending, in part, on how much solar energy is available at the site, but also on how cold the water coming into the system is.
The colder the water, the more efficiently the system operates. In almost all climates, you will need a conventional backup system. In fact, many building codes require you to have a conventional water heater as the backup. Presenting the new solar water heater from Radha Energy Cell. Using evacuated tube technology, solar water Heaters designed with specially coated glass tubes to deliver superior performance that ensures availability of hot water even on partially cloudy days. We have an integrated approach to the systems we produce, in order that the benefit be complete, reliable and long lasting. This kind of infrastructure and technology resources allows us to offer the whole service bouquet. Today, solar heating is becoming more important than even before. Natural gas and oil, which are burned to heat our homes and water are limited.