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LaZer2 solar thermal for cheap hot water

A few examples of where LaZer2 has been specified and installed

sola thermal hot water
solar hot water


Leaders in solar thermal technology

solar thermal for hot water

Building Decarbonisation

The building is listed and in an area of significant historic interest and it receives global media and academic exposure.


Health & Leisure

The system provides 74.56MWh of hot water and reduces their reliance on gas.

solar thermal for heat water
solar thermal for heating water


Process Heat

Driven by the Part L building regulations, where there is a need for a minimum 10% offset of energy costs with the incorporation of renewables


Hotels & Spas

We designed, supplied, and installed 143m2 of

LaZer2 solar thermal collectors, generating c.93.4MWh of solar thermal hot water.

solar thermal for heating water
solar thermal for heating water


Swimming Pool -solar hot water

We designed, supplied, and installed 6m2 of LaZer2 solar thermal collectors, specifically for heating the pool

solar thermal for hot water

Approached by the building contractor working on their premises, to design a solar thermal system to feed solar hot water into their manufacturing


Industrial Process


For us to design your LaZer2 solar thermal system, the following information would be helpful:


Location: Your location is important to determine the amount of solar radiation your system can receive. This information will help determine the size of your system and the potential energy output.

Hot Water Demand: Knowing your hot water demand will help us calculate the size of the solar thermal system you need. This will depend on the number of people in your household or commercial building and the amount of hot water you use on a daily basis.

Orientation and Tilt of the Roof: Although best suited to a flat roof, the orientation and tilt of your roof will determine the angle of your solar collectors. The angle of the collectors will be optimized to maximize the amount of solar radiation they receive.

Shading: Shading from trees, buildings, or other structures can affect the performance of your solar thermal system. It is important to identify any potential shading issues to avoid any reduction in energy output.

Backup System: A backup system may be necessary to ensure hot water is always available, especially during periods of low solar radiation. This could be an electric or gas backup system.

Budget: Your budget is an important consideration when designing a solar thermal system. The cost of the system will depend on the size, type of collector, and other factors. It is important to balance the cost of the system with the potential energy savings and other benefits.


By providing this information, a LaZer2 solar thermal system can be designed by to meet your specific needs and requirements.

120 M2 Lazer system on leisure centre

Leisure Centre - Norfolk

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