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Southern Africa hosts some of the best locations in the world for solar energy. South Africa enjoys a wonderful 2 500 hours of sunlight each year, this is more sunlight than most countries in the entire world. With all of the sun-drenched areas in South Africa, there are plenty of opportunities to harvest this powerful energy.
Did you know that by installing and using a solar geyser you can save up to 40% on your water heating costs?
Green Leaf utilises the best technology available. Green Leaf keeps up to date with the latest trends and technology available in home automation ensuring a seamless, user-friendly systems for your space.
A Solar Geyser is a device that provides hot water for bathing, washing, cleaning, etc. by using solar energy. It is generally installed on the roof or terrace (wherever direct sunlight is available North facing is best). It heats water during the day that is then stored in an insulated storage tank for times when it is needed. Electric geysers consume high levels of electricity, but making the change to Solar Geysers is guaranteed to save you money.
A Solar Geyser relies on warm water, which rises, circulating through the flat plate collector and then into the tank. The hot water storage tank is located above the flat plate or it can be placed on the roof. As the water heats, it becomes lighter and naturally rises into the tank above. Meanwhile, cooler water in the tank flows downwards into the absorber, thus causing circulation throughout the system. This continuous circulation means that your water is always kept warm.
By replacing your current electric geyser with a more convenient and energy efficient solar geyser you can ensure a significant reduction to your monthly costs.
Eco-friendly heat pumps are an efficient and renewable source of energy that are designed to heat your home while providing a source of hot water. As a multifunctional system they ensure not only a reduction in cost but energy as well. Heat Pumps function by taking heat from the outside air and turning it into energy.
Water heating accounts for a quarter of household electricity consumption.
Heating methods to choose from are electricity, gas, solar or a Heat Pump. Let our team help you find the right hot water system to suit both your taste and budget.