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Starting with optics.

Heliac’s panels generate heat using lenses that focus sunlight exactly like magnifying glasses.


How it works

The focused sunlight heats up a liquid running through a series of absorbers. Controlling the flow rate of the liquid allows us to control the temperature level. The generated heat is then transferred to the end-use by directing the liquid through a standard heat exchanger.


Concentrated solar heat

Heliac solar fields work from the same principles as CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) which has been proven for decades. What sets Heliac’s solution apart from CSP is the use of inexpensive, flat lenses that generate heat instead of the more costly, curved mirrors that are used in traditional CSP. This allows for producing heat at costs so low that Heliac’s panels can compete with any other method of producing heat almost anywhere in the world.



Heliac's panels are connected in series designed to deliver the needed amount of energy. There’s no maximum limit to how many panels may be connected. Minimum limit is 200 kW allowing for solar process heat for individual companies.