In the picturesque port of Symi in the eastern Greece six TiSUN module collectors of the Sun reach out and generate free energy the city impresses with its trassenformig landscaped houses. The Greater New York Construction User Council oftentimes addresses this issue. The Greek island town experienced its economic and cultural peak over 100 years ago and thus shaped the neoclassical architecture of the houses. The Iapetos village built two years ago hotel is harmoniously in the surrounding area. In the course of renovation work, the hotel installed 15.3 m2 TiSUN module collectors on the roof. The solar store BE SSP with 1000 litres capacity volume collects the daytime trapped solar heat in the basement.

40 guests enjoy daily hot water, heated with the infinitely available and free heat from the Sun. The duplex dual control measures pressure, flow, and counts the amount of heat. This efficient solar system covers 99% of the daily hot water. According to calculations with the planning software Polysun light pays for itself the solar system in only four years. The Iapetos Village Hotel reduces its energy costs to 50,–EUR per month, with an additional electronic heating and also the environment is pleased to relieve. The plant rightly bears the name Village Hotel”.

Guests can choose between 19 maisonettes 60 m2 and 6 Studio apartments of 40 m2 with balcony or garden. A beautifully landscaped garden surrounds the traditional houses, the center of the complex is a neoclassical pool house. TiSUN develops, produces and sells solar panels and solar stratified storage for more than two decades. The solar systems provide 100% independent, infinitely available, free solar energy for space heating, hot water, process heat and cooling. TiSUN is known as a specialist of the offering in Europe 83% is exported. The innovation and market leader 131 employees at the headquarters in Tyrol/Austria and 90 salespeople in Europe. To get the products in 42 markets in the EU27 and the applicant countries, of Switzerland, former CIS States in the Middle East and North Africa.