Solar Heating Systems

Solar-powered systems rely on appliances which turn the solar-power using solar panels.
All of our solar panels with proper installation could save up to 30% of the consumed energy for space and water heating and cooling. Now, solar energy can also be used for air conditioning.
Specifically, solar thermal systems are divided into four categories:

  • Solar thermal heating water systems
  • Solar thermal heating water and space systems.
  • Solar thermal air conditioning systems
  • Solar thermal open pool systems.

The combination of our solar water heater with other appliances or installing solar collectors on our site with biofuel-powered boilers will increase the saving.
In foreign countries with much less sunshine, such applications are exploited and have seen significant savings, but those who have implemented it in the Southern countries even more in (Greece, Spain, Italy).


The rise in prices for conventional fuels (oil, wood, etc.) and the increasing emission of CO2 into our atmosphere have led to the development of technologies for the exploitation of mild forms of energy such as biomass.
But what is biomass? According to Law 3468/2006, Government Gazette A 129, no.2, paragraph 7.8, biomass is a biodegradable fraction of products, waste and residues derived from agricultural, including vegetable and animal substances, forestry and agricultural products, related industrial activities, as well as the biodegradable fraction of industrial waste and urban waste.

Biofuels are divided into two categories:
A) Solid biofuels (forest timber, hay, sawdust, nuts, etc.)
B) Liquid biofuels: Vegetable oils, bio alcohol, biodiesel
C) biofuel gas: biogas production, thermochemical conversion etc.
The most common ones are the solid biofuels and more often pellets. There are special biofuel combustion hubs with automatic feed and automatic ash removal to avoid the hassle of continuing removal from us.
Stoves such as stoves covering up to 110 sq.m. of open space as well as boilers mounted parallel to the oil boiler or solely on its own. 1 L of heating oil has a calorific value of 8200 kcal and now costs about 0.95 € / l respectively 1 kg of pellet has a calorific value of 4500 kcal and the market price (for small quantities) is about 0.25 € / kg.

Conclusion: ECONOMY!!!

Invest in heating of your space with biomass and you won’t lose, that’s for sure!!