The completed retrofit solar thermal panels I arranged to be shipped to the owner of this house in Australia from China in late 2017, is already showing a thermal heat output into his swimming pool of around 500-550 watts per panel.
Over a two day period 7th-8th April 2018, with an outside temperature of 35c (now autumn in Sydney) the thermal water output into the pool was 93kWT with 45kW as the electricity output into the grid.
Thermaltricity Australia PTY Ltd is now a registered company in Sydney, Australia, owned 100% by Mr Tom Hoole
The business plan is to establish a licensing agreement with a monthly royalty payment based on the number of thermal panel kits are shipped to that country.
Only one company per country established in the solar energy industry, preferred with solar thermal installation experience, as well as solar PV sales, will be approved to become a Thermaltricity distributor
For all of this to happen in 2018, I am seeking ethical investors, interested in obtaining shares in my Hong Kong registered company (Solar Speedflex Co Ltd) of 5 yrs, with audited accounts.
The business plan, is to sell system kits, that includes the plumbing system, the PVT thermal water storage tanks, and the controller/pump circulating parts.
To those with no direct imports or country manufacturing of solar PV panels, we are able to ship the two technologies together, having a tie up with China Land Co Ltd, China
The PVT water storage tanks, were already developed many years ago, both as factory built in stainless steel in China, as well as our proven flat pack commercial tanks assembled in Sth Africa, up to 11,000 liters only
We are working on converting 20-40 ft containers into thermal stores for very large scale PVT installations
The market focus is towards homes with swimming pools, as well as commercial, with enough space for the PVT panels needed.
For the commercial market: fish farms, Aquaponics, Hydroponics, the food processing industry, breweries and hospitality industry from hotels to restaurants.
I will be attending a IEA SHC Task 60 PVT work shop in Freiburg, Germany from the 16th to 18th May, attended by up to 50 persons who are already on the list of interested parties across Europe.
More information to follow up as we make progress with the data down loads through a internet link