The significance of solar thermal applications has increased in recent years, especially in connection with their role in the operation of geothermal heat pumps. The ever more dense installation of heat pumps in developed areas has led to a gradual cooling off of the ground, as not enough energy flows back to the geothermal source. The use of photovoltaic modules or unglazed solar absorbers to regenerate the ground in the summer creates a seasonal storage effect and thus enables higher annual output figures for heat pumps -- an efficient, cost-effective and sustainable solution.
Feeding solar heat into integrated heating systems and anergy grids offers tremendous potential and has become ever more common in Europe.
We help you to realise solar thermal systems with high capacity factors by providing support when it comes to concept development, feasibility studies, pilot projects, design, tendering and Installation.