The time of natural gas is coming to an end - choose electricity to heat your home and water
The NZ Climate Change Commission has released a draft document for consultation, setting out the path that Aotearoa should follow to reduce our carbon emissions.
Got a technical question about your system? Have a look at our Eco, EcoTop or Solar Box owner's manuals.
An educational article about smart reliable hot water systems
How efficient is your hot water cylinder? EECA has tested 12 hot water cylinders against Minimum Energy Performance Standards
An article in the August 2020 edition of Nelson/Tasman/Marlborough magazine, Wild Tomato, featuring an installation of our hot water and underfloor heating systems
Global supplies of renewable electricity are growing faster than expected.
The Irish Examiner newspaper published this article in October 2016 exploring how thermodynamic technology works, with a focus on domestic hot water needs in the Irish wet and overcast climate.
Environmentally sustainable solar thermodynamic is on trend
EECA advise that the key solution to combating climate change is energy efficiency.
An article written for EBOSS (online catalogue of suppliers and products aimed at architects) about a local installation of solar thermodynamic hot water
Updates from recent visit to customer site: The Fermentist, Christchurch
Improving energy efficiency and reducing energy demand are the fastest, cheapest and safest means to mitigate climate change.
We visited Energie in Portugal in July 2019
A quick guide about what to expect when applying for consent for your solar or heat pump water heating system
Low carbon energy options are growing, however there's also a resumption of growth in global carbon emissions.
With the window to keep global temperature rises to 1.5ᵒC quickly closing, Marc Height looks at the pace and scale of technology deployment needed to keep us below the limit.
Man has been harnessing the sun's power for centuries. Here is a quick explanation of the stages we have gone through and where we sit today.
An explanation of energy, its laws and a few extra facts about Renewable Energy you might not know