Technical Guidance

'Energie' Solar Panels

The thermodynamic solar panels are a genuine advancement in the collection and transformation of solar power.

They are manufactured in high performance anodized aluminium and possess a sokolote selective coating that ensures long term protection against corrosion.

The dimensions facilitate the installation.

They weigh only 8 kg each, measure 2 metres in length, 0,80 metres in width with a thickness of 2 centimetres.


ENERGIE thermodynamic solar panels are able to collect the heat of the Sun, even the wind and rain, 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.

One of their innovative features is the circulation of an ecological fluid at a negative temperature, that enables a greater collection of solar power and environmental energy, which are then released into the water through a heat exchanger.

The temperature gradient caused by external atmospheric agents will cause the ecological fluid, contained within the ENERGIE thermodynamic solar panel, to change into gas and evaporate inside the panel. The absence of glass in the panel enables an increase of heat exchange through convection. After evaporation, the fluid is sucked by the compressor, which increases its temperature and pressure.

The heat generated during compression is transferred to the water through the heat exchanger. Before the ecological fluid returns to the solar panel it is necessary that an expansion takes place. This means that the pressure must decrease so that the gas returns to a liquid state, thus completing the cycle.