The Uk is not known for its year round sunshine. During winter here in Britain we receive an average of seven hours of light a day with three to four hours of sunshine. This situation limits the operation of conventional thermal solar panels.

Thermodynamic solar panles are very different. Based on the principle and theory of Nicholas Carnot, a French physicist on the 1840. He discovered the thermodynamic principle and using this technology and applying modern science and materials, thermodynamic solar panels are now available to heat your hot water, home, business or swimming pool.

The solar panles are able to gather and extract heat originating from the atmosphere day and night in sunshine, rain, wind and snow. These thermodynamic solar panels will produce hot water and heat whenever you need it at all times of the day and and night, the whole year round.

Thermodynamic solar panels are a major advancement in thermal solar technology and will see a rapid growth as home and business owners alike realise the high efficiency and low costs that these systems offer. The fact that they also qualify for the renewable heat incentive (RHI).

Thermodynamic solar panels are produced and created by using high performance anodised aluminium that has a sokolote selective covering that guarantees a life time defence against oxidisation and corrosion.


  • Heats water to 55°C all year round
  • Works in sun, wind, rain and at night
  • Outstanding thermal efficiency
  • Robust aluminium panels weigh only 8kg
  • Straightforward installation, minimal maintenance
  • Can be mounted vertically on walls
  • Suitable for domestic and commercial applications
  • Significantly reduces carbon emissions