A 100 litres capacity SWH can replace an electric geyser for residential use and saves 1500 units of electricity annually.
Water heated by the sun is used in various ways. While perhaps best known in a residential setting to provide domestic hot water, solar hot water also has industrial applications, e.g. to generate electricity. Designs suitable for hot climates can be much simpler and cheaper, and can be considered an appropriate technology for these places. The global solar thermal market is dominated by China, Europe, Japan and India.
It features a solar collector that faces the sun to absorb the sun’s heat energy. It has good strength to recommend it for specific climates and water conditions. A different variety of buildings and building types can take advantage of solar water heating systems including residences, swimming pool, hospital, hotels, laundries, kitchens & prisons.