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Solar Water Heating Systems from Northstar Energy

Northstar Energy designs and installs solar heating systems for domestic and commercial applications. The solar hot water heating system offered by the company is designed to provide hot water every day using solar energy, and to reduce carbon emission up to 1 ton per year. It offers free hot water all through the year. This solar heating system reduces energy bills, and produces 60 to 75 percent of hot water.

The solar hot water heating system uses quality solar panels and components to produce hot water. Experienced technicians and professional installers at Northstar Energy install the hot water system.  This solar heating system is maintenance-free and adds value to home. It contains a number of solar panels fixed on the roof. There is an insulated hot water cylinder placed in an airing cupboard where the water gets heated up.

The solar hot water heating system uses solar panels to absorb solar energy to heat water. It contains an electronic controller that constantly evaluates the temperature of the cylinder and of the fluid present inside the solar panels. When this electronic controller identifies that the fluid in the solar panels is hotter than the cylinder, it switches on the circulating pump. The hot solar fluid is then circulated through solar panels and the heat exchanger to heat the water stored in the cylinder.

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