A New Glow

Fields, K. J.
December 2010
Qualified Remodeler;Dec2010, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p42
The article focuses on the use of prepackaged solar-electric and solar water-heating (SWH) systems for residential houses. The systems enable residential contractors to get into the solar market in an easy way. According to chief executive director of Redwood City, California-based Ready Solar, Bob Giles, the use of the system allows contractors to enter into the solar market even without specialized knowledge and they able to provide customers with a product that is easy to install.


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