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Solar Water Heating

Your geyser’s water can be heated using a photovoltaic (PV) system. In this installation, you need to replace your geyser’s electric element with a dual AC/DC element. During the day, solar energy from the PV panels is used. Eskom power is used when the sun does not shine or extra heating is needed.

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PV water heating system advantages compared with solar geysers or heat pumps

  • Traditional solar geysers have a shorter lifespan than PV panels
  • A standard PV panel will provide you with a 25-year warranty, is relatively cheap, reliable, and hail-resistant.
  • An AC/DC element has a two-year warranty, whereas a normal one has a six-month warranty.
  • AC/DC elements are resistant to lime, making them ideal for borehole water with a high lime content.
  • PV water heating systems are much easier to install than solar geysers. There is no need for a circulation pump, air-release valves, vacuum breakers, or any other plumbing components. Installing PV panels, solar controllers, and AC/DC elements involves only electrical work.
  • With no electricity needed, your geyser is heated by the sun.
  • PV water heating is more efficient during the winter months.
  • The solar controller switches off energy flow to the geyser when the geyser has reached its set temperature.

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“We are like tenant farmers chopping down the fence around our house for fuel when we should be using Natures inexhaustible sources of energy – sun, wind and tide. … I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that..”