World's most cost effective solar systems.
Zonbak solar thermal panels are ideal for residential applications. Save on your utility bills for less than a $2,000 investment.
Own a building with a large empty roof? Dramatically reduce you utility bills by using that idle asset to heat your building.
Turn square footage on the ground to heat or cool your building. Collect sunshine and turn it into hot water.
Solar thermal power is the most cost effective solar power solution. Zonbak solar thermal panels at 85% efficiency deliver 5X more solar energy per square foot than your typical photovoltaic panel. Our multi-patented design breaks new barriers in watts of energy produced versus dollars you spend.
Heating and hot water consume on average 46% of all utility bills. Instead of spending between $15,000 to $40,000 per installation, a Zonbak system can greatly reduce your energy (heating) bills for under $2,000.
Either planning a new home or upgrading, consider a solar thermal installation.
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I added Zonbak panels to my home and has seen a dramtic decrease in my heating bills over the past two heating seasons. The installation was quick and simple and I expect my investment to payback this year.
We added Zonbak panels to our one story commercial building. In just a few months we had recouped or investment. In addition to saving on energy our investment has increased the value of our building and helped attract new tenants.
We thought about installing electric solar panels but the $20,000 investment was too much. We chose to spend $2,000 with Zonbak and do our part to combat climate change.