Solar thermal solutions now available from Nu-Heat

Published:  08 September, 2008

Solar thermal has been added to the range of renewable technologies offered by Nu-Heat.

Nu-Heat has added solar thermal technology to its one-stop shop of renewables solutions for house builders. The others are heat pumps and underfloor heating. There are air- and ground-source heat pumps and versions that can extract energy from exhaust air.

The solar-thermal offering is based on flat-plate collectors and can be integrated with Nu-Heat’s underfloor heating systems and heat pumps — or fitted independently.

Nu-Heat’s solar panels carry full kitemark approval and are recognised under the Low Carbon Buildings Programme. The company can advise house builders on grant applications.

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