The Thermal Energy is supplied on demand by a breakthrough clean technology which is powered by electricity and uses a pressured working fluid in the system. The thermal energy supplied includes:

1 ) Cooling for the air conditioning of living spaces and/or specifically for refrigeration and

2 ) Heat for direct space heating or as a heat source for a heat pump as well as

3 ) Hot water for household needs with integrated hot water storage.

In addition to producing thermal energy, the energy supply system converts all the energy not consumed or degraded as well as all the losses due to a possible lack of energy efficiency into electrical energy using a gas micro-turbine coupled to an electrical generator and then stores it for later use. Thus, all the captured solar energy is used, on demand, 24 hours a day, in whatever form it is needed (electricity, heating and cooling, hot water, etc.) with as much energy conserved as possible. With the integration of renewable energy into your household, it is possible to achieve energy autonomy in the home and create a world that is more respectful of the planet.


In countries with a high per capita income and a well-developed infrastructure, it is estimated that a typical household consists of 2 or 3 persons and consumes, on average, between 25,000 and 30,000 kWh energy per year. This value is not representative of all households, as the electric amenities of each household may vary:
  • Stove may be powered by gas or electricity
  • Home may use an electric water heater.
  • Dryer may be in a private dwelling or in a building’s shared laundry room, etc.