June 24th, 2016 by Glenn Meyers The Thermoslate solar thermal system from Spanish slate company Cupa Pizarras is worth observing. Here’s why: The structure’s slate roof absorbs a massive amount of heat and because of this stone, it has good thermal mass and holds it for some time, reports treehugger. In the Thermoslate system, slate roof tiles [&hellip
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