While focusing on the market promotion of new energy equipment in Europe, USA and Australia, Apricus also pays attention to market development and sales in Asia and Africa. Apricus was featured online by the African Magazine Publishers, Construction Review (constructionreviewonline.com).
Apricus is listed as a “leader in the market” on 2015-2027 Global Solar Thermal Collector Industry Market Research Report by Decision Market Reports, who aims at providing quality research and insights to help clients in taking right decisions.
This is feedback from a customer in Canada who has had an Apricus solar hot water system for over 10 years. The system still works great, he just needs to replace a tank.
Since 2013, these 65 sets of Apricus evacuated tube solar water heaters have reliably supplied hot water to UCLA dormitory and dining facility. In 2020, an additional 103 sets of ETC-30 solar collectors will be installed to provide students in newly build dormitories with solar heated hot water.
Apricus has specialised the design, manufacture and supply of solar thermal collectors for more than 18 years but has also completed projects that incorporated heat pumps for the backup hot water. The advantage of heat pump water heaters is a high COP (coefficient of performance).
In February 2018, Gosford, NSW Australia the Tiny Homes Foundation launched it first 4 houses aimed at helping to solve homelessness.Tiny Homes Foundation is a not for profit organisation dedicated to providing socially, environmentally and economically sustainable affordable housing solutions and
VisionTo provide a reliable and affordable source of pure water 100% powered by renewable energy.Imagine a village using an off-grid, solar-powered water distillation plant to convert brackish or polluted water to clean drinking water.In July 2016, Apricus and AIL Research combined efforts to make t