HEAT WITH SOLAR
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HEAT FOR FREE WHEN THE SUN SHINES
INCREASING RENEWABLE UTILISATION
- Heat with solar PV and/or solar thermal
- Mixergy PV tanks enable you to self-consume more solar than any other cylinder on the market (use more, export less!)
- Shorten the payback period for your renewable technology investment
- Reduce your carbon footprint further with efficient water heating control
THE MIXERGY TANK
Mixergy’s top-up technology helps you to use more of the solar energy you produce in two key ways:
1. On sunny days you are able to preempt surplus solar energy being generated and choose to heat your tank to a lesser volume in the morning. This enables you to utilise as much of this energy as possible and export less to the grid.
2. On less sunny days, any short bursts of renewable energy will contribute to heating a smaller concentrated volume of water to a usable temperature.
CONVENTIONAL SOLAR TANKS
Conventional tanks heat all or nothing which can reduce the utilisation of solar in two key ways:
1. On sunny days, surplus solar energy may be wasted as the tank will of heated to 100% full in the morning, leaving less water in the tank available to heat when the sun shines.
2. On less sunny days, short bursts of renewable energy may be under-utilised as the cylinder attempts to heat the entire volume of water. While this will still increase the overall water temperature, this water may be less usable (less hot) then if a smaller volume was heated to a higher temperature.
THE MIXERGY TANK
which mixergy tank do i need?
Solar PV and solar thermal systems are compatible with the Mixergy tank. You can build your perfect tank using our configuration builder.
If you have solar PV, you will need to build your tank with a second immersion. Select “PV ready” whether you are heating directly or indirectly.
If you have solar thermal, you will need to build your tank with a coil. Select “indirect Mixergy tank” if the only other heat source is electric, or also add a “twin coil” if you are heating with gas.
What Mixergy Tank Do I Need?