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ABC Solar Expands Solar Offices To Orange County, California

Off-The-Grid-In-The-City means that California homeowners can actually turn off their utility company and live, with all the modern conveniences, off the grid. Although ABC Solar is happy to help clients achieve this modern day rebellion, we really recommend that rate payers stay on the grid and use their utility company as their personal battery.
by Staff Writers
Rancho Santa Margarita CA (SPX) Aug 06, 2007
ABC Solar Inc, a leading California retailer and installer of solar electric systems, announced today that it has opened a new office in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. The new office represents the growing importance and acceptance of solar from Southern Californian homeowners and businesses. The office has its own website at www.sunkits.com. Going solar in Orange County has just been made easier by the ABC Solar office and staff in Rancho Santa Margarita. Besides the local and personal service, ABC Solar offers solar clients professional design and solar installation services.

The deep experience of ABC Solar helps to ensure the quality and effectiveness of each solar electric installation. "At ABC Solar we service clients around the world with their quest to save money and save the planet with solar," said Bradley Bartz, President of ABC Solar Incorporated. He continued with, "now our Orange County office allows the personal attention that ABC Solar clients have come to expect."

The reasons for the expansion is increased interest from Orange county residents that are tired of being abused by their utility company. At 33 cents per kWh for the most expensive electricity for "above baseline" rate payers Solar Electric Systems can make a commanding profit. A 3KW system will generate an average of 450kWh a month which is worth up to $144 per month for heavy users of electricity. More and more people are calling to get off the grid.

Off-The-Grid-In-The-City means that California homeowners can actually turn off their utility company and live, with all the modern conveniences, off the grid. Although ABC Solar is happy to help clients achieve this modern day rebellion, we really recommend that rate payers stay on the grid and use their utility company as their personal battery.

ABC Solar Inc is a leading solar sales and installation company founded in 2000. The ABC Solar Mission is to continually strive to provide the best service and prices for the sales and installation of solar electric systems. ABC Solar is known for building hybrid-solar system that includes taking pools off-the-grid and fixing energy problems before designing the solar electric system. ABC Solar's focus is on saving the world by saving money.

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SolFocus-Inspira Deal Funds Solar Tracker Innovation
Mountain View CA (SPX) Aug 02, 2007
SolFocus has announced that it has acquired Inspira, S.L., a privately owned solar tracker company based in Madrid, Spain. Inspira will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of SolFocus and will continue to market products under its own name. With established global supply chain management and low-cost manufacturing facilities, SolFocus will enable Inspira to drive down the cost of solar trackers.







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