The benefit of Genersys hot water solar panels is twofold; you reduce your home energy bills by heating your water supply with the free energy of the Sun, and secondly, they reduce your carbon emissions by freeing you from the dependency on high polluting fossil fuels.
But not all solar panels are made equal, in fact, the carbon footprint of solar panels must be reduced to as small as possible, if they, like Genersys Solar Panels, are to save huge quantities of carbon over their lifetime.
This article takes a look at the manufacturing process and materials involved in the production of a Genersys solar panel; and how these contribute to a low carbon footprint, giving you a high performing, carbon saving solar panel.
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- Carbon footprint of our raw materials
A look at the energy used in the processing and sourcing of raw materials used in the manufacture of Genersys solar panels.
- Carbon footprint in our manufacturing
The carbon footprint of the manufacturing phase and how we have minimised it.
- The Carbon Savings a typical UK home can expect when using Genersys solar
How much carbon your household can save each year based on the carbon footprint of your Genersys solar panels:
- ...and finally, How Genersys home solar water keeps on saving...
How Genersys solar panels keep on saving even after their lifetime; the importance of using recyclable materials in manufacturing.