New build homes with renewable energies

The rise of renewable energies is becoming more and more accessible to homes, and thanks to its advantages many buyers are looking for new homes with renewable energies incorporated.

At Gilmar, in response to the needs of our clients and for the benefit of the environment, we have a wide variety of new-build homes with different renewable energies installed.

What renewable energy can be used in a home?

The best known and most demanded at present is photovoltaic solar energy.
Thanks to the installation of solar panels or solar panels, sufficient electricity can be obtained for the day-to-day running of a home.
In Spain, due to the wide range of daylight hours and more so in Andalusia and the Canary Islands, having solar panels in a house is very profitable.

Geothermal energy is very efficient and environmentally friendly.

A source of energy that collects heat from the subsoil and can be used for heating, hot water and air conditioning in the home.
It is obtained thanks to the installation of a network of tubes under the ground, which capture the temperature of the earth and which, through a heat pump, can be supplied to the home.

 Geothermal energy

Geothermal energy also allows temperatures to be kept low during the summer, and all this while saving 40% on heating and 65% on electricity.

Solar thermal energy.

Its difference compared to photovoltaic solar energy is that it is not used to generate electricity, but rather to heat a home. Thanks to it we can obtain hot water to take a shower, to acclimatise a swimming pool or for the washing machine.

Solar thermal energy

It is a clean and environmentally friendly energy that provides considerable economic savings.
Its installation is simple, it consists of panels with copper tubes exposed to the sun, so in cities such as Marbella, Cadiz, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria or Estepona using this energy is very profitable.


Another source of renewable energy that can be used in a house. Less known than the previous ones, aerothermal energy provides heating, hot water and cooling in a house.


As its name suggests, it uses the energy of the air, to obtain it it is necessary to install a heat pump outside the house, very similar to air conditioning units, depending on the temperature the pump will work more or less.
In winter, if the air temperature is warm, the work of the aerothermal energy is less, as it will not have to work as hard to heat the house, so it is an ideal energy for climates with warm or hot temperatures.

Now that you know the different renewable energies that can be installed in a home, and their benefits, would you choose any of them?
At Gilmar we make it very easy for you, as we have a wide range of exclusive new-build homes with energy efficiency certification.
Don’t think about it, go for the environment and energy saving by buying your home with Gilmar.

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