Coupling your solar installation with your electric radiators

Published on : 25 June 20204 min reading time

The installation of solar panels allows you to capture sunlight and return it to your home or simply resell it to the grid.

The installation of solar panels can give you 3 main advantages:

Solar energy and electric radiator- This can provide you with regular income for 20 years if you sell your electricity back to the grid

– If you want to reuse electricity for your property, this will allow you to drastically reduce your electricity bills.

– As the planet has been warming steadily for the past few decades, you are participating and organizing yourself around an action to reduce your environmental impact.

Solar panels are a clean production method whose particularity is its semiconductor materials that produce electricity when they are in contact and illuminated by the sun’s rays.

The panels are composed of cells that convert solar energy into direct current, which in turn is transformed into alternating current using an inverter.

Another advantage of solar panels is maintenance.

Maintenance is simple, it is enough to check regularly enough the correct functioning of these and clean the modules of the panels. It is simple and quick to maintain, however the modules are slippery we advise you to be very careful that is why we still advise you to consult an experienced professional in this field.

The usefulness of solar panels for your electric heating installation

As we have detailed before, using solar panels allows you to reduce your electricity bill, especially for heating.

Electric radiators have drastically evolved from a technological (and also design) point of view in recent years and offer a very good ratio between heating and energy consumption. Of different sizes and easily adaptable to the decoration of your room we find several types of electric radiators.

– Inertia radiators:

This is the latest generation of electric radiators. They work by radiation whose heat is carried either by a fluid or by the radiator material. For example, a lava stone radiator. They are made of volcanic stone that accumulates heat while releasing it over a long period of time.

These have the added advantage of being very sober and design giving a modern touch to a room.

– Blower radiators:

These radiators are best suited for small rooms such as small kitchens or bathrooms because they allow the room to be heated quickly. We also find electric towel dryer radiators that are very practical to quickly heat your room while having the possibility to dry your towels.

– Infrared radiant radiators that is easy to store heat

– Electric convector radiators.

High-performance radiators that dry out the ambient air a little and it is advisable to have a humidifier in the dwelling for greater comfort.

The advantage of these new generation radiators is the fact that they use digital solutions in addition to each other. By installing a module on your radiators, you can easily control the power and consumption of your house. You can control all your radiators at once or individually on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer; it’s really very easy to access.

Technological advances have brought additional features such as detectors to most of these radiators, including a presence detector to heat your room according to your activity during the day. This follows your lifestyle to adapt the heating and therefore the necessary consumption.

There is also an open window detector to avoid heating an open room unnecessarily. It is practical and above all economical because it sometimes happens to ventilate your rooms while forgetting to turn off your radiators and this solution really helps in the general comfort of everyday life.

If you have never thought of an installation like this, electric radiators offer many possibilities and can be controlled today thanks to technology, all this added to a solar installation, your home can benefit from a powerful solution while being economic and ecological.

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