To demonstrate the power of the Texas sun and the potential of solar energy as a big part of our energy supply, SES 21 USA has joined with Habitat for Humanity, Bosch Solar Energy, Schletter Mounting Systems, and SolarTek to make a great charity project come true.
13 Habitat for Humanity houses in Dallas are going to receive free solar energy systems on their roofs. The complete solar energy system consists of four panels and are estimated to produce about 1291 kWh of free electricity annually. Customers of SES 21 USA who have used Bosch Solar Energy panels on their installs in the Dallas / Fort Worth area told us that the power output is quite likely to be 10 to 20 percent higher than the estimation.
During a first educational evening 13 families were provided information about solar energy in general and how solar systems could help reduce their electricity bills.
The installation is scheduled to take place shortly.
Chet Boortz, CEO of SES 21 USA, commented
It’s a privilege to work in cooperation with an organization the stature of Habitat for Humanity. Dallas Habitat does such outstanding work and builds these homes to exacting efficiency standards. The addition of even small-scale grid-tied PV systems provides meaningful savings to homeowners that often pay the highest electricity rates in deregulated retail markets. It’s a perfect fit.
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