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Improve payback and savings with Immersion Control
Improve payback and returns significantly by making use of your free Solar PV power to heat your domestic hot water rather than exporting it to the grid or storing it in batteries.
Immersion Control units deliver your excess PV electricity straight to your immersion heater, thus providing free hot water. In most cases, this will be enough to heat an entire cylinder daily throughout the spring, summer and early autumn months, and even in winter it can still contribute to heating your cylinder and reducing the energy input required by your boiler.
These control units can be installed at the same time as a PV installation or retro-fitted at a later date. They monitor home electricity consumption and Solar PV production at the same time and whenever there is surplus power recorded the excess is fed directly to the existing immersion heater rather than exporting it to the grid.
Please ask our team for more information on the best unit to suit your immersion electrical configuration.Want professional advice Get in touch today
‘We are delighted with the solar Photovoltaic system you recently installed on our home. We now have a plentiful supply of hot water too thanks to the immersion control unit. We wish you and your company well in supplying others with your excellent products.’
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