August 2017

Oxford University – Student Accommodation

This project was located in a very sensitive planning area, so this very modern building had to blend in with the surrounding historic buildings. The solar water heating was carefully designed not to be visible from any public right of way which meant the panels had to be mounted at an angle of 15 degrees. The student accommodation was our first experience working with Briggs and Forester and we built a very good relationship with them early in this project. This [...]

May 2017

Desalination – Vacuum Technology

   Reference System for Solar Thermal Sea Water Desalination located in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman The Multi-Effect-Humidification (MEH) method for thermal distillation was developed at ZAE Bayern in close co-operation with T.A.S. GmbH of Munich. Investigations on components in the last years have finally resulted in a system which is designed for 24 hours per day continuous operation. The predicted daily production is up to 800 liters distilled water out of 40 m2 TS 400 evacuated flat plate collectors. The night is [...]

April 2017

Norfolk & Suffolk (NHS) Hospital

Julian Hospital, Dementia Care Academy. Helping dementia care hospital reach BREEAM Excellence with Solar Water Heating Project Details A flagship project with a considerable demand for hot water to satisfy the wards, shared clinical areas, administration and training rooms. The integration of renewable technologies (Hot Solar Water) with fossil-fuelled water heaters and boilers. Other carbon-saving features included a green roof, ground source heat pump and lighting controls NHS trusts are looking closely at their provision for handling the increasingly prevalent condition of Dementia. The Norfolk [...]

July 2016

National Trust

Celtic Renewable Energy have been working with the National Trust for a number of years Cornwall. Solar Water Heating is a very cost effective renewable deployment which has proved and easy fit for the Trust. The TS300 solar panels were installed at both Trengwaiten tea-rooms & Glendurgan Gardens in Cornwall. Solar water heating reduces our dependency on expensive and polluting fossil fuels. Solar energy causes no pollution at all, thus reducing our overall carbon emissions, and the embodied energy of the equipment [...]

June 2016

British High Commission Abuja, Nigeria

Hot Solar Water was chosen to work with the French construction group Bouygues Construction – Nigeria to supply High Quality solar thermal panels together with engineering support on two New buildings delivering Free Hot Water. We are able to generate very high levels of heat energy that can be used to store hot water in the 3000 L tanks. The high concentration of solar radiation in Nigeria allows the generation of up to 100% of the hot water requirements. Working alongside [...]

April 2016

Liverpool John Moore University

Solar Water Heating is the first choice for University Project Details 11,500m 2, 6 floor innovative learning accommodation for students. Hot water requirement throughout the day for numerous hand wash basins, showers and several catering facilities. An integrated solar thermal solution has been supplied to meet the high demand for hot water at Liverpool John Moore University’s New City Centre Redmond Building, Building services engineer Matt Ganley oversaw the installation: “We suggested a renewable hot water heating system to the university as the hot [...]

October 2015

University of Exeter Wall Cladding Panels

Celtic Renewable Energy has installed Solar Water Heating panels at Birks Hall of Residence at Exeter University, Devon. Plenty of panels have been installed at Universities in many countries, but what makes the installation at Exeter unusual is that the panels are not mounted in or on the roof, but have been built into the walls of the building, as the picture shows. As you can see the building is in a modern style and the panels add to the [...]

July 2015

Carmelites Monstery – Award Winning Vacuum Solar Heating

In the part of London made famous by the film “Notting Hill” is an oasis of calm and contemplation. In the midst all the London life, near the Portobello Road street market, schools, homes factories and businesses and all the other hurley burley of London, there exists a Victorian built monastery where the Carmelites pray and contemplate. The Caramelizes are a catholic order of nuns, friars and lay people who trace their roots back to the ancient hermits who prayed [...]

June 2014

British Gas

British Gas Solar were invited by Land Mark Energy as part of a scheme with Suffolk Flag Ship Housing to tender for the installation of 24 x Solar Thermal collectors to heat a large Pre heat store and then divert excess energy to a heat exchanger installed within the central heating system so that the solar system will contribute towards the central heating and the domestic hot water. Hot Solar Water are the preferred supplier to British Gas. This [...]

October 2012

Deserts of the World

Our panels can be found at sub-zero temperatures on some of the Worlds Highest Mountains and in some of the Southerly cold inhabited place’s in South America, near Cape Horn on a  Chilean Naval Base to be precise. They can also be found on hundreds of 000’s of homes throughout Europe, and in a small way on some homes in North America, the Mexican mountains and deserts in Australia and New Zealand. The panels are designed & engineered to work [...]