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Hybrid PVT (Photovoltaic and Thermal) Solar Panels


If you're looking for a solar panel that can produce both electricity and hot water, then a hybrid solar panel, also called a PVT panel, is a good option. PVT (photovoltaic and thermal) panels are less efficient than dedicated photovoltaic or solar thermal panels, but they make up for it by being able to generate more energy per unit area. This makes them ideal for small spaces where every square inch counts.

PVT solar panels or hybrid solar panels work by using the sun's energy to create both electricity and heat. The electricity is used to power your home or business, while the heat is used to generate hot water. This means that you can get all the benefits of solar power without having to install two separate systems.

If you're interested in switching to solar power, or if you're simply looking for a more efficient way to generate electricity and hot water, then PVT solar panels are worth considering. Contact us to learn more about how PVT panels can work for you!

PVT solar panel: A photovoltaic thermal (PVT) solar panel is a type of solar panel that generates both electricity and heat.

Solar water heater: A solar water heater is a device that uses the sun's energy to generate hot water. Solar water heaters are typically more efficient than traditional electric or gas water heaters.

Hybrid solar system: A hybrid solar system is a system that uses both photovoltaic (PV) and solar thermal technology to generate electricity and heat. Hybrid solar systems are typically more efficient than PV or solar thermal systems alone.