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Hayes 2 Blog 1A blog about Solar Water Heating on the Scientific American website helps explain solar water heating technology.  It also points out near the end of the article that “some companies that used to install thermal systems, such as Borrego Solar, no longer do. Chris Anderson, Borrego’s chief technology officer, says that thermal and PV systems require contractors with different skills and juggling the two would be tricky.”

SunWater Solar agrees with that assessment which is why we specialize in solar water heating and solar thermal technology.   We don’t install PV systems and our team is focused exclusively on designing and installing solar thermal systems which sets us apart from other companies.

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Posted On : Wednesday, November 18, 2009

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