In many homes, air to water heat pumps are rapidly becoming the preferred heating method. They are cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and easy to use. They are also family-friendly and produce heat even when the temperature outside is below –20 degrees Celsius. You can save up to 75% on your energy bills by using air to water heat pumps. They produce little noise and are a single solution for both indoor hot water and ventilation, as well as pool heating and cooling.
Geothermal heat pumps are an excellent choice for homes that need a simple heating system that is both reliable and efficient. The heat pump's high annual efficiency (the calculation of the heat pump's efficiency over a year) means you can save up to 75% on your heating costs.
In kitchens and bathrooms, a heat recovery ventilation system (HRV) eliminates odours and humid air. Bedrooms and living rooms receive the same amount of clean, preheated air. Up to 95% of the heat that would otherwise be lost is recovered since the extracted air's energy is transferred to the new. This entails getting the most energy for the least amount of money.
Solar PV systems convert light into electricity. They can be as small as a few square centimetres, as seen on calculators and watches, or as large as hundreds of square meters, made up of interconnected modules that form an array. As photons from the sun strike the solar panel, they are absorbed by semiconducting materials like silicon.