First natural slate solar thermal panel launched

THERMOSLATE®, the first and only natural slate solar thermal panel

Now you can take advantage of the efficiency of renewable energies without forgoing the elegant design of a natural slate roof?


THERMOSLATE® is the only solar system in the market made with natural slate that generates energy to produce heating, hot water or for pool heating. It can be easily installed in roofs and façades without giving up to the sophisticated style of slate.


This system was designed to deal with aesthetic involved in restoring historic buildings and monuments, as well as unique buildings and dwellings, with the aim of promoting the qualities and functionalities of this natural product.


First and only natural slate solar thermal panel launched


Energy efficiency and ecology

Nowadays, building regulations require energy efficiency and sustainable solutions. Our solar thermal panels made from natural slate provide over 2/3 domestic hot water and heating needs. That makes them the best solution to these new architectural needs: as well as taking advantage of the sustainability of renewable energies, THERMOSLATE® enhances the natural beauty of any dwelling.


The main component of the collectors is natural slate, extracted directly from our quarries and specially selected to ensure perfect fit and performance.


Waterproofing, strength, durability, versatility, thermal inertia… These are some of the advantages that make slate an unbeatable material, reinvented as THERMOSLATE® to contribute to more natural use of solar thermal energy.


A roof slate that helps save on you annual fuel bill

For instance, this system, made up of 7 THERMOSLATE® collectors with a total surface of 7.84 m2, generates sufficient power to cover 76% of the heating, domestic hot water and pool heating needs for this home to a family of 5 people.


Moreover, CUPA PIZARRAS’ commitment to the environment has led us to develop a system that uses renewable energy to promote a greener construction. In particular, this home achieves an annual saving of 580 litres of fuel oil, preventing the emission of 1.5 tonnes of CO2.


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