by Staff Writers
Stamford CT (SPX) Jul 20, 2012
Renewable Resources Energy Solutions has announced the completion of its first turnkey solar PV installation on a single family residence in Monroe, Connecticut. Producing clean and renewable solar electricity, the PV system includes 18 roof-mounted Schuco solar PV panels, totaling 4.41 kW, which will result in significant savings on the home's electricity costs for the next 20+ years.
"We are excited to have finished our first installation in North America just a few short months after establishing our foothold here," said Peter Chaitkin, President of Renewable Resources, at the completed site.
"Switching to solar energy is a smart investment for home owners because it will lower their energy bills and contribute to a cleaner environment by reducing the energy consumption carbon footprint."
Renewable Resources started its Stamford, Connecticut, operations in April 2012 to provide roof-mounted solar technology for residential and commercial customers across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Focusing on North America as a strategic market, the company expects substantial growth for solar PV residential and commercial installations. "We are committed to leveraging our European expertise to help North American homeowners, businesses and communities benefit from PV installations," concluded Chaitkin.
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