Did you know that 70% of your home energy use may go into home-heating?


Solar heaters work in the winter! Okapi Fan control Systems, Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc.

Welcome to the Future!: Two 4ft x 8ft, homemade solar air heaters 
operated by the Okapi 2.i System (with Wireless Module) help keep this old farm-house warm during the cold months of the year.


Why we All need Solar Air Heaters. Fan Control Systems for Solar Air Heaters. Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc.

Financial Benefits. Fan Control Systems for Solar Air Heaters. Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc.

Financial Benefits
 
The costs of residential heating are rising every year. We are all feeling the effects. A good solar heat harvest could produce (for free if connected to a battery and PV Panel) the equivalent amount of heat as produced by traditional home-heating systems that could have cost up to $400 a year.



Environmental Benefits of Solar Air Heaters. Fan Control Systems for Solar Air Heaters. Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc.
Environmental Benefits
 
Air pollution, its particulate matter and the CO2 within it, can strengthen weather patterns and cause climate change, worldwide. Mining/harvesting, processing, transporting and burning fossil-fuels and other fuels for heating results in dramatic landscape changes, ecological devastation, localized and global pollution that is harming our world.



Health Benefits of Solar Air Heaters. Fan Control Systems for Solar Air Heaters. Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc.
Health Benefits

Smog is often worse in both urban and rural environments during the cold months of the year due to increased pollution from burning fuels for heating buildings. Pollution can increase the risk of breathing problems, asthma attacks, cancer and has shown to be detrimental to a developing fetus. Air pollution is held responsible for millions of deaths each year.




References:

  • (April 11, 2012 Last Updated). Asthma Triggers: Gain Control, Outdoor Air Pollution. United States Environmental Protection Agency. Retreived March 12, 2014 fromhttp://www.epa.gov/asthma/outdoorair.html