This benchmark project underway in New Zealand is nearing completion.
Two ECO 4000 thermodynamic solar systems have been installed in an old government building undergoing rehabilitation work after the violent earthquake of around four years ago, and which is home to the Ministry of the Environment Department of Statistics. Each unit consists of two 2000-litre tanks and twenty-eight ENERGIE thermodynamic solar panels. This amounts to 8000 litres of water and 56 thermodynamic panels in total.
This environmentally certified building is also equipped with photovoltaic panels that, due to the intelligent features of our equipment, enable the ENERGIE Thermodynamic Solar System to absorb the additional electrical energy generated by the photovoltaic panels, thereby making use of energy that would otherwise be wasted.
Once again, ENERGIE helping to ensure a more sustainable environment.