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Effective energy powerpoint presentation

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  2. 2. Q<br />How can you save 70% on your energy bill<br />A<br />The recent rise in modern solar-powered hot water heating system installations is directly related to the ever increasing costs of using more traditional heat sources.<br />Research shows that modern efficient systems can reduce your water heating bills by about 70%, with systems in most cases paying for themselves in 5 to 10 years.<br />
  3. 3. Save money and reduce your Carbon Footprint<br />Domestic solar hot water systems are designed to work alongside conventional water heaters providing a free source of hot water, saving money and reducing the carbon footprint.<br />All savings are approximate and are based on the hot water heating requirements of a 3 bed semi detached home with a 3.4m squared panel. Source: Energy Saving Trust<br />
  4. 4. Q<br />Do solar panels work in the UK ?<br />A<br />The UK receives between 750 and 200kwh per m2of solar radiation each year. Which is about 60% of the solar energy received at the equator. <br />UK Global Horizontal Irradiation<br />Annual total kWh/m2<br />
  5. 5. Q<br />How can you save 70% on your energy bill<br />A<br />The recent rise in modern solar-powered hot water heating system installations is directly related to the ever increasing costs of using more traditional heat sources.<br />Research shows that modern efficient systems can reduce your water heating bills by about 70%, with systems in most cases paying for themselves in 5 to 10 years.<br />
  6. 6. Throughout the spring, summer and early autumn, your solar-powered hot water heating system should provide most, if not all, your hot water requirements. <br />Even in the winter months, it should generate around 50% of your requirements. This means that your existing boiler will only have to ‘top up‘ your system rather than heat all of the water required<br />Average Solar Insolation <br />Measured in kWh/m2/day onto a horizontal surface:<br />
  7. 7. Domestic solar hot water <br />how it works<br />a<br />i<br />f<br />a<br />Solar A1Class collector panels<br />b<br />Solar controller and pump station<br />d<br />c<br />Expansion vessel<br />c<br />d<br />Solar hot water cylinder<br />b<br />e<br />Auxiliary heat source<br />e<br />h<br />f<br />Hot water flow<br />g<br />Cold water feed<br />h<br />Hot flow pipe from solar<br />g<br />i<br />Cold return to solar<br />
  8. 8. Q<br />Is there any financial support for solar water heating?<br />A<br />The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced on 10 March 2011, that the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will offer support for domestic solar water heating installations through Renewable Heat Incentive Premium Payments. Designed to help with the capital costs of installing new solar water heating systems,It is likely that the premium payments will be around £300 per system.<br />

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