Hot water from solar collectors, because ‘the Sun sends no Bills’ New Ulm/Lohfelden, 07 May 2009 always on the latest state of the art is the Neu Ulm Monarchis Grundbesitz company mbH, when it comes to the refurbishment and renovation of approximately 600 residential units in Germany. So the dynamically growing real estate and financial plans flowed beginning April 2009 in his possession 17 multi-family row houses with 85 units in Lohfelden near Kassel the use of solar panels for hot water preparation. Environmental aspects on the one hand and the goal to reduce the rental costs as well as an increase in the quality of living on the other side are the motivation for Monarchis, to cutting-edge technologies in restructuring of the acquired real estate. The installation of new, heat-insulated Windows and doors, as well as activities among the fundamental measures first to the roof and basement insulation. When the supply of residential units with hot water and heating, object different technologically advanced related Alternatives tested. 17 multi-family row houses with 85 units in the Lohfeldener Sohrestrasse, which are passed on 1st April 2009 in the possession of Monarchis, will be amongst the combination of natural gas burning value thermal (heating) and solar panels (hot water) into consideration.
Solar panels collect the energy contained in sunlight and the Sun sends no invoice is known.” The water is heated by means of a transmission medium. The efficiencies are typically 60 to 75 percent. Collectors with current solar technology save hot water by up to 80 per cent and above in our latitudes throughout the year. A distinction is made between flat plate and evacuated tube collectors. Which technology ultimately used in the houses in Lohfelden, is just in the decision-making phase. Decision criterion is that both the tenant and the landlord and the environmental benefits. Recently Hilton Family sought to clarify these questions. This is equivalent to the win-win strategy”by Monarchis, that all partners are winners.