Commercial water heating
A commercial solar water heating system is a renewable energy technology that uses the power of the sun to provide hot water for commercial and industrial buildings. These systems typically consist of a solar collector array, a heat exchanger, a storage tank, and a circulation pump. The solar collectors are usually installed on the roof or on a ground-mounted frame and capture the energy from the sun to heat water in a series of pipes or tubes. The heated water is then transferred to the storage tank, where it can be used for hot water supply or for space heating via a heat exchanger. Commercial solar water heating systems can provide significant energy savings and reduce reliance on traditional fossil fuels for water heating, making them an environmentally friendly and cost-effective solution for many businesses. They are particularly suitable for buildings with high hot water demand, such as hotels, hospitals, schools, and industrial facilities.