Case-study: Solar Thermodynamic System for large office block

We are very proud to have recently completed the installation and commissioning of a 56 panel solar thermodynamic hot water system for the redeveloped Ministry for the Environment and Department of Statistics building in Willis Street, Wellington.

It consists of 2 independent Energie Eco 4000L 28 panel systems. Our client, McKee Fehl, chose this technology because it is a good fit with their sustainability and energy efficiency goals for this project.

"We engaged TAEC to design, supply and install a solar energy hot water solution for Stats NZ and MFE offices at 8 Willis St, Wellington. The system had to cater for up to 1200 government tenants, supplying hot water to toilets, kitchens and end-of-trip facilities, with an 8000L storage capacity.

We were very happy with TAEC's collaborative approach in providing this system and it is performing as designed. I certainly recommend that universities, hospitals, hotels and large government institutions consider this type of system for supplying their hot water needs, reducing their costs, and reducing their carbon emissions"

Colin Robertson, Project Manager, McKee Fehl Constructors Ltd

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