Solar Heating & Photovoltaics

Energy Vectors works with Alternate Energy Technologies (AET), a leader in solar energy systems, in providing alternate energy resources. AET offers a wide array of solar thermal collectors and fully integrated solar hot-water systems for medium- and high-temperature commercial, industrial, and residential applications. In addition, AET is actively engaged in the research and development of new and innovative solar thermal technologies in the areas of selective coatings, active and passive hot-water systems, and solar electric generation.

AET Solar Water Heaters Provide:

  • Attractive looks while maintaining a low profile in skylight styling.
  • Outstanding performance with maximum energy-absorbing efficiency, durable construction, and easy installation.
  • Terrific value because solar energy is free and renewable and adds to home value and desirability.
  • Environmental intelligence as they reduce fossil-fuel consumption with no harmful emissions.
AET's and Energy Vector's mission is to "provide intelligent energy solutions."

The Benefits of Solar Energy
  • Appropriate for any climate.
  • Clean and safe.
  • Takes advantage of a readily available resource.
  • Pollution-free.
  • Economical investment-the life-cycle costs of solar heating systems are about the same as gas and far better than electric water-heating systems.
Typical Applications
  • Pool heating
  • Domestic hot water
  • Residential, commercial, and industrial facilities
  • All concerned with environmental issues
Energy Vector Offers
  • Sales
  • Design
  • Installation coordination
  • Servicing
  • Warranty service

PhotoVoltaics (PV)

Installation of a photovoltaic system at your home has several advantages:

  • Significantly lowers your electric bill, especially with net-metering in a grid-tie system
  • 100% clean energy - no impact on the environment
  • Increases the value of your home
  • Once the system has paid for itself, remaining energy is free
Click on the play button in the window below to start a video on a grid-tie photovoltaic system.

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