Solar Energy

Solar energy is a source of energy from renewable sources, obtained from the use of electromagnetic radiation from the sun.

Solar radiation reaching the Earth has been harnessed by humans since ancient times, using different technologies that have evolved over time from conception. Currently, the heat and sunlight can be exploited by means of sensors such as photovoltaic cells, heliostats or thermal collectors which are transformed into electrical or thermal energy. It is a so-called renewable energy or clean energy, which can help solve some of the most pressing problems facing humankind.1

The different solar technologies are classified into passive or active depending on how you capture, convert and distribute solar energy. Active technologies include the use of photovoltaic panels and thermal collectors to gather energy. Among the passive techniques, different techniques framed in bioclimatic architecture are: the orientation of buildings to the Sun, selecting materials with favorable thermal mass or having properties for light scattering, and the design of spaces through ventilation natural.

We specialize in active systems that can be grouped as follows:

1. Photovoltaic Generation:

  • Isolated systems or batteries
  • Systems connected to the network
  • Solar pumping systems:
    • Pumping systems in Direct Current (DC)
    • Three Phase Alternating Current Systems  (AC)

2. Thermal Systems:

  • Solar Water Heating of domestic, commercial or Industrial systems
  • Pool heating systems

Documents, brochures and videos

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1- Brochure informativo Filtro EKOFIL
2- Resultados Lab. aguas rio Cali. Sept. 2014
Solar Energy
3- Sistema solar para bombeo de aguas

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