Solar Thermal for Existing Homes
We offer your complete Solar Thermal energy solution that generates electricity and thermal energy for water heating. This technology is designed to capture more of the sun’s energy and generate more energy, so you save more on your utility bills. Our systems also include Performance Monitoring and Remote Thermostat Control which allows you to control your home environment from your mobile phone.
Solar Thermal for New Homes
Enhance your new home to include the complete solar energy solution that generates both electricity and thermal energy. Through our Solar Thermal systems, we provide electricity, hot water, fresh air ventilation and power density as well as home heating and cooling. This technology is designed to capture more of the sun’s energy and generate more energy, so you save more on your utility bills. Our systems also include Performance Monitoring and Remote Thermostat Control which allows you to control your home environment from your mobile phone.
Progressive Power Group is a certified Echo Solar Re-Seller and Installer.
Echo is the most powerful solar system – it captures more of the sun’s energy and puts it to work for you. In addition to generating electricity, it generates thermal energy for water heating. And when you need extra hot water, Echo has the power to provide that too.
You’ll save on all of your utility bills – not only your electric bills, but your heating bills as well. You’ll love the way Echo generates more energy and takes a bigger bite out of your utility bills. And so will future homebuyers, if you ever decide to sell your home.
Based on a comparison of a 2.2 kW peak (electric) basic solar system vs. a 2.2 kW peak (electric) Echo solar system, 64.3 gallons per day hot water load, Year 1 energy cost of $.15/kWh, a 5% annual increase in the cost of energy, Phoenix Arizona. Energy savings are based on estimated system performance but may vary with changes in insolation, system orientation, and other factors. The increase in re-sale value is an estimate based on data from April 2011 report by Berkeley National Laboratory “An Analysis of the Effects of Residential Photovoltaic Energy Systems on Home Sales Prices in California”. The effective watt peak of the entire Echo solar system was calculated to capture the system’s thermal electric offset similar to that of a basic solar electric system.