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Do you have a solar water heater? Then this is for you to read

The Institute for Sustainable Energy will be making a study on the use of solar water heaters in Maltese Homes. This will include technical evaluation of installed solar heaters and a short questionnaire to be answered by the homeowners.


What will you benefit

You will receive a full technical evaluation of your solar water heater with suggestions (where applicable) on how to improve its performance and how to maximize on your savings. This report will reach you within 6 weeks from the visit that our team will make to your home. This report will be FREE OF CHARGE, but contribution to cover travel expenses is expected.


What do we need

Twenty minutes of your time to allow our team to see your installed solar water heater and evaluate it and also to answer some questions at the time that suits you best.
                                                     

Safeguards

We will guarantee full confidentiality and anonymity in all the studies and publications that we make. We will totally refrain from using your address or any other personal information that you will give for any other purpose other than this study, in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

If you have a solar water heater and you wish to receive a technical evaluation report of your system, please contact:

Mr Charles Yousif, Institute for Sustainable Energy,Triq il-Barrakki, Marsaxlokk, MXK 1531. Tel: 21 650675, Email

 

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Solar Heating Technical Visits
The Institute for Sustainable Energy is offering technical inspection of installed domestic solar water heating systems. 

 
 
Last Updated: 12 October 2009

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