The sun isn’t always out. In winter the days have an average of 7 hours of light with only 3 to 4 hours of sun which constitutes a constraint on the operation of traditional solar panels.

ENERGIE Thermodynamic Solar Panels have managed to overcome this constraint, making it possible to raise the temperature of the water with great efficiency and major energy savings on rainy days and even at night.

One of the innovative aspects lies in the fact that an ecological fluid passes through the solar panel at a temperature of -20ºC, thereby allowing the collection of solar energy and greater absorption of atmospheric energy, in other words from the sun, rain and wind, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The ecological liquid which circulates on a closed circuit at negative temperatures collects the heat at the solar panels and then releases it into the water by way of a heat exchanger.

This facility, whereby we combine technology with a law of Nature, demonstrates the potential of ENERGIE solar systems and that they really work.