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Photovoltaic combined with infrared heating and accumulation

Energy self-sufficiency at 90% and sustainable mobility move from the integration of photovoltaics with the latest platforms.

This is the case of a German entrepreneur, who has chosen a “zero emission” energy solution. This is a photovoltaic system with infrared heating and solar battery to charge the company’s electric cars.
Infrared radiant panels are an alternative to heat pumps and electric radiators to heat rooms using electricity. They are particularly convenient when it is not necessary to heat 24 hours a day (in warehouses, offices, meeting rooms).
Unlike conventional radiators, they heat the air by promoting the circulation of dust and creating drafts. Radiation hits the walls, which store heat and return it to the living space. In this way the heat is uniform, with a constant temperature level and no air circulation.

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