An urgent problem of the modern world is the global warming of the Earth, fraught with a climatic catastrophe. In addition, an important strategic task for Armenia is the issue of reducing the costly imported risky supplies of hydrocarbon and nuclear fuel and increasing the country's energy security. The Union of Armenian Ceramics Manufacturers has developed a new generation of ceramic heat-generating solar collector- plates, which allow converting solar energy into thermal energy of hot water in a more efficient, easily accessible and cheap way. Water heated in such an environmentally friendly and widely available way can be used for hot water supply (DHW) and additional auxiliary heating of premises. In Armenia, to obtain hot water for domestic and technical needs, electricity is used and hydrocarbon fuel is burned in an amount equivalent to USD 200...300 million per year. At the same time, tens of thousands of tons of carbon dioxide, water vapor and other greenhouse gases are emitted into the atmosphere. With the massive introduction of ceramic solar collector plates, for example, in the form of roof tiles or other facade elements, it is possible to obtain very cheap hot water for hot water supply and warm air for additional auxiliary heating of premises in the spring - autumn seasons of the year. The mass introduction of collector tiles (the so-called "heliofication" of buildings, countries) will save a significant amount of electricity, natural gas and other types of fuel for heating water, and significantly reduce the ...
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