NIBE modulating water-water heat pump with Triple Solar PVT panels, a unique product combination with exceptionally high proven efficiency. Explanation EPC calculation UNIEC.

By combining eight heat pump panels (only 16 m2) with a NIBE F1255-6 modulating water/water heat pump, a sustainable Triple Solar system with exceptionally high proven efficiency is created. For space heating, a SPF of 5.6 is feasible, for tap water a SPF of 3.8. Combinations with other NIBE water/water heat pumps are also possible. We can build a package of PVT heat pump panels in a modular fashion for heat pumps from 4 to 60 kW. This therefore offers numerous possibilities in both new construction and existing construction.

Find out the benefits for yourself by filling in the Triple Solar system in Uniec2

Below is indicated how you can fill in the Triple Solar system in the EPC program. To start with the EPC calculation, go to the general page.

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For Heat installations, enter the following data and the product name “Triple Solar”.

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Then enter the created “Triple Solar” heat system as follows:

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And the second part of the page:

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Enter the following information for e-installations. At Apv the number of m2 of PVT area.
With PVT system you must – remarkably – enter that it is “not a PVT system”. This has to do with the fact that PVT systems are understood to mean solar collectors, and the Triple Solar system works differently: it takes heat not only from the sun, but also from diffuse light and outside air. It extracts heat 24 hours a day, summer and winter, when it is cloudy or night and it freezes. In other words: precisely at times when the heat demand is the highest.

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If you have any questions about the explanation or other EPC calculation related issues, please contact us via info@triplesolar.eu. Or call 020 435 7555.

We are happy to help you with your solar project related questions.

Good luck!