Demand for solar heaters in Bangalore rise by 50%

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Demand for solar heaters in Bangalore rise by 50%

All over India, Bangalore is the only city where maximum solar heaters are used and where solar energy is properly utilized. The use of electrical consumption has gone down, and the demand of solar water heaters is rising up to fifty percent in Bangalore. Each of the solar heaters present in Bangalore contributes to save two kilowatts of energy per hour, and there are more that 87,513 heaters present in Bangalore. By the deputy general manager of Bescom, it was made...

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Solar roof tiles

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Solar roof tiles

As we all know that, to utilize solar energy we need solar panels, which help to store the energy from the sun and transfer it as per our needs. Both the panels that are used are big enough, which occupy a lot of space, and they are inconvenienced, as well. To overcome this disadvantage, a new concept of utilizing solar energy is introduced. It is called solar roof tiles. They are tiles, which can be put over the rooftop, to store energy, but one disadvantage of solar roof...

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Solar water heaters now mandatory in Hawaii

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Solar water heaters now mandatory in Hawaii

A bill was approved by the governor of Hawaii, to fix solar water heaters in every home and building, and declared it as the first state to make compulsion of these heaters. As per the bill there will be a restriction to issue permits of any buildings where there are no solar water heaters. However, there are restrictions in the bills if the houses are located in forested areas where the amount of sunshine is not proper. As per state data Hawai is the only state in all over...

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Going green with solar water heaters

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Going green with solar water heaters

If somebody asks to be energy efficient with saving of money also; the best way is to go green. That means replace less efficient conventional appliances with green options. For example replace your conventional water heater with a tankless water heater, because a conventional water heater constantly heats a complete storage tank of the heater due to which a lot of energy is wasted in maintaining heating levels. At present, many eco-friendly hot water heaters are available,...

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Labeling solar water heaters

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Labeling solar water heaters

In India, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) is an agency for taking care of national standards and labeling programs. In order to develop a quality standard within the solar thermal sector, The Government of India is planning to introduce a kind of “star level” for solar water heaters which would allow rating for solar water heaters. However, the solar Industries have some reservations about this program.   The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in...

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