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A Solar Thermosiphon Water Heater, also called Passive Solar Thermal system is simply based on the natural circulation of the fluid, as per the physics Laws, a Hot Fluid is usually less dense and lighter than a cold fluid, so hot fluid goes above cold fluid.
The Solar Thermosiphon system is simple, reliable and does not require a pump or a controller to heat the water.
A Solar Forced Circulation Water Heater, also called Active Solar Thermal system requires a pump to provide circulation of the fluid.
Usually needed when there is not enough space on the roof, where the Central Hot Water Tank is placed in the lower levels of the building.
The Solar Forced Circulation system is widely used when there is a high demand of hot water in large buildings and facilities.
A photovoltaic (PV) system is composed of one or more solar panels combined with an inverter and other electrical and mechanical hardware that use energy from the Sun to generate electricity. PV systems can vary greatly in size from small rooftop or portable systems to massive utility-scale generation plants.
PV panels provide Free of charge, clean and green energy.