solar concentrator dish -Solartron: Interview with CEO, Edward Herniak on the SolarBeam Parabolic Solar Concentrator Dish

May 11, 2012 – 3:21 am

Herniak ** Edward, CEO and principal designer of world-renowned SolarBeam concentrator answers your questions about SolarBeam. The concentrator generates SolarBeam average of 10.5 kW (34,000 BTU) of energy per hour from 15.9 m2 (160 sq m) of the surface and has an average yield of 67%. The SolarBeam, solar hot water system, is the first parabolic solar concentrator for thermal certifications: – SRCC (USA) – Keymark (Europe) – CSA (Canada) – GlobalMark (Australia)

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  1. 3 Responses to “solar concentrator dish -Solartron: Interview with CEO, Edward Herniak on the SolarBeam Parabolic Solar Concentrator Dish”

  2. But it’s not possible to heat water and that water to make electricity with ordinary steam machine with pistones?

    By samirbalonmano on May 11, 2012

  3. Since the SolarBeam has a very high concentration ratio of light, in the future it will be able to accept a concentrated photovoltaic module in the 10X10″ absorber and generate 3.5 kW. of electricity. However, Solartron’s primary focus is heating and cooling applications since the system has higher thermal output. Yes, it can be used for households, however you would require in-floor or radiator heating and a pool to make use of the heat in the summer.

    By solartronenergy on May 11, 2012

  4. How can this produce electricity?
    Are you interested in selling for households, or just great companies?
    Thank you!

    By samirbalonmano on May 11, 2012

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