PV/ infrared combination
Electricity as a natural product
Electricity – the resource that is available in limitless quantities from the sun, wind and other technologies.
Photovoltaic system combined with infrared heating
If you operate your infrared heating using power produced by your photovoltaic system, the sun will not only provide your electricity for free, but will also pay for your heating bills.
This exceptional offer enables you to make use of the electricity produced by your photovoltaic system and also ensures that you get the feed-in tariff as guaranteed by the Renewable Energy Act (EEG). You can even get your PV/ infrared combination to pay for itself by partly financing the VAT for your photovoltaic system, which you then get back as self-employed person, then using this to finance your infrared heating system and paying off your loan with the feed-in tariff. And you don’t even need to get planning permission for it!
In combination with green energy, infrared heating is the greenest way of heating around.
Within the context of the German government’s Energy Saving Ordinance (ENEV), infrared heating is of particular significance when coupled with a PV system. Instead of paying out for extensive reinsulation and an expensive new heating system, the combination of PV and infrared enables you, under the right conditions, to heat your home for free with 0% carbon emissions, meaning you can easily fulfil the conditions of the Energy Saving Ordinance.
Infrared heating is completely maintenance-free and very economical with a long life cycle of over 30 years.
In addition to saving money, this method of heating also saves on the often unhealthy effects of standard convection heating. These effects can include respiratory problems, allergies and skin disorders and are frequently caused by the constant circulation of dust, particles and contaminants.
Infrared heat8ing not only saves you money, it generates a healthy indoor climate into the bargain.
Infrared heating systems are not just appealing because of their low operating costs and easy installation but particularly because of their low acquisition costs. In short, infrared heating systems are much better value than conventional oil and gas heating systems.
Since the radiators only need to be plugged in, the slimline designs mean that they can often be fixed to the wall with just two screws.
Advantages of infrared heating
- Efficiency: …heat only when heat is required. This results in heating costs that are between 30% and 50% lower, with a heat output of almost 100%.
- Operating costs: …maintenance-free with no extra costs for chimney cleaning, maintenance, repair or storage.
- Safety: …protected against water spray, fire and overheating, securely riveted and sealed.
- Installation: …simple wall or ceiling mounting – horizontal or vertical, or free-standing for mobile use.
- Design: …hard-wearing textured sheet steel, elegant and timeless, slimline with a small footprint.
- Environment: …in combination with green electricity, it is one of the cleanest and slimmest heating systems in the world, with no emissions.
- Health: …hygienic, detoxifies and stimulates the metabolism, boosts the immune system and sense of well-being, no draughts or circulation of dust, provides for natural humidity and a healthy room climate. They save energy due to a lower subjective required temperature and ensure even temperatures throughout the room.
Renewable energies contribute to a clean, green future!
We would be pleased to discuss these issues with you and can prepare a personalised quote based on the direction your roof is facing, location and other individual factors.