dogAre you sitting there thinking about the best ways that you can do your bit to help the environment with solar and maybe thinking about getting a Solar hot water system or Solar PV and battery storage? We have the latest Solar hot water solution for you that not only does the job when it comes to heating the water in your home, but it does a lot more besides.

Ok so do you have a normal hot water tank right now? If you do, then you can leave all that well alone and consider the following option which will save having to disrupt any of your existing plumbing.

The latest technology

Install one of our latest technology 3kW Solar PV system to your roof and we will incorporate one of our latest Solar hot water controllers for you. This will manage the Solar power that you create on your roof so that it is directed firstly to your hot water system to get that up to temperature and then once that is achieved, instead of sitting there idle on your roof, the surplus Solar power will be sent directly to your home to power your electrical devices saving you more money again. Not only that but if you have heated your hot water and you have no use for the additional energy in your home the surplus will be sent to the grid for another bonus feed in tariff. As you can see this style of hot water system keeps on giving which is in stark contrast to the traditional hot water solar system which, once your hot water tank is heated to capacity, sits on your roof twiddling its thumbs.

This new innovative and efficient solar hot water system greatly increases your return on investment against any traditional Solar hot water system on the market, which will help convince you that Solar PV is the way to go when it comes to heating the water in your home. You can also look at this system as a very cost effective Solar storage solution which it is, you are taking the Solar PV power that you are not using during the day and storing it in the form of hot water and using it later as required, this ticks all of the boxes as a very cost effective and efficient Solar PV storage solution.

Alternatively, do you have a large solar system on your roof right now and you are starting to realise that you are sending most of the power you create to the grid? Well once again we can install one of our latest Solar hot water controllers which will continually measure at all times what you are sending to the grid and immediately divert that power to your hot water system. This will make your Solar PV system far more efficient and maximize your return on investment as well as reduce your usage of electricity from the grid, which was the idea in the first place, right? This type of system is far more targeted than the indiscriminate timers that some will install which just switch on your hot water system during daylight hours in the hope that your Solar PV system is creating enough power, which is often not the case and often actually end up costing you more money.

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What exactly is solar hot water?

Solar hot water system cost is a crucial factor to consider when looking to invest in this eco-friendly technology. A professional-grade solar hot water system is the best choice for energy savings and a greener lifestyle. While cheaper options may be available, investing in a high-quality system ensures you’ll get the most out of your solar hot water system for years. With a professional-grade system, you can rest assured that your system will be reliable and efficient, providing you with hot water whenever you need it. Don’t settle for anything less than the best – invest in a professional-grade solar hot water system today and enjoy energy savings and a greener lifestyle!

Benefits of solar water heating

Lowered energy costs: 

Solar water heating systems harness renewable energy from the sun to heat water, leading to notable reductions in energy expenses and reduced monthly bills.

Environmentally conscious: 

Solar water heating systems are eco-friendly because they do not emit greenhouse gases or other hazardous substances into the air.

Low maintenance: 

Once set up, solar water heating systems generally require minimal upkeep and have a long operational life.

Tax credits:

Many governments and utility providers provide incentives and discounts to promote the adoption of solar water heating systems, which can help reduce initial setup costs.

Increased property value: 

Installing a solar water heating system can increase the value of your property, as it is an attractive feature to potential buyers and shows that the property is environmentally conscious.


Solar water heating systems are reliable and can provide hot water even during power outages or in areas without grid electricity.

To properly install a solar water heating system, it’s best to get help from professionals. If you’re looking for a trusted supplier of solar water heaters on the Sunshine Coast, AHLEC Solar is a great option. They make great products and services.


How much does a solar hot water scheme cost?

The cost of a solar hot water system can differ depending on the size and model you select. Generally, the range will be between $5,000 to $10,000. Costlier systems, which are more efficient and contain more parts, will be more expensive. Installation costs can also change based on the complexity of the system and any other needs.

Is solar water heating right for your home?

The first thing is that different factors must be considered to determine whether solar water heating suits your home. Factors include climate, your home location, and how much sunlight you receive. Solar water heating is the best way to save money & energy, but it will vary for different homes.

What are the different types of solar hot water systems?

Different types of solar hot water systems can be found, such as active and passive. Active systems utilize pumps and controls to move and regulate the water temperature, while on the other hand, passive systems utilize the power of the sun solely to warm water.

Will water be heated on a cloudy day?

However, water can be heated on a cloudy day if there is a cloudy sky. Solar energy is also absorbed from the atmosphere, but less energy can be absorbed comparatively on a sunny day. Still, we can use hot water on cloudy days.