The key challenge faced by solar has long been the inability to store energy, together with reduced energy production when the sun’s rays are obscured. But through applying thermal technology we’ve finally overcome these limitations. Here’s a glimpse into how our solar-thermal technology fuels our homes.

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Air Conditioning

You must now be wondering how hot water and steam can keep our houses cold through the sweltering Australian Summer. The short answer is that it passes through our chiller and desiccator system.

Hot water turbine

The hot water turbine converts the low pressure saturated steam into electricity through a boiler that can run at ultra low pressure and low temperature.

Thermal heat storage

Our storage tanks have the capacity to store thermal energy for days or weeks, ensuring a reliable source of clean energy year-round. But to be converted into electricity, the thermal energy must first pass through the…

Solar-thermal panels

Our solar-thermal panels track the movement of the sun and boost thermal power collection by 200-300% per square meter. Our panels reflect energy to the under-surface of the collector system, in addition to the sunlight channelled directly onto the upper surface, maximising energy reception for longer periods of the day, and even in overcast weather. The energy absorbed by the solar panels is then either converted directly into electricity or transferred into a heat transfer fluid, and placed into…

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127 Haydown Rd, Elizabeth Vale SA 5112, Australia

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(08) 8440 7777









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