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Pennsylvania Solar Incentives

Pennsylvania Solar Incentives

Renewable Energy-Related Legislation and Loan programs in Pennsylvania

In July 2008, $80 million was sanctioned for loan and grant program in Pennsylvania for solar energy technologies. The funding came from the $650 million alternative energy bill which is supervised by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) under the direction of Commonwealth Finance Authority (CFA). Various business sectors are eligible to apply for this loan program like – profit or non-profit organizations, schools, local governments, economic development organizations etc. according to Special Session H.B. 1 of THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA all the facilities that utilize waste coal, alternative Biomass, Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Geothermal Energy etc come under “ALTERNATIVE ENERGY PRODUCTION PROJECT”. All the systems that use renewable energy sources as their source of energy or installs equipment to facilitate or improve energy conservation or energy efficiency including heating and cooling equipment and solar thermal equipment can be granted loan for development. The applicable system must have a lifetime of at least 4 years. The fund can be granted for various parts of the whole project like – Infrastructure development and land acquisition for necessary project construction, preparation of the land for the project, renovation of the infrastructure to facilitate the ongoing project, purchase of the necessary equipments for solar systems, permit fees and also the administrative costs of the project. The applicant must provide proof for availability of matching funding equal to the granted amount. Moreover for Solar thermal system, there is one more requirement for the SRCC-100 rating or other comparable rating from DEP. All the systems must be bought and installed new and UL-listed.

The funding can be availed in different flavors. As of April 2009, Loans can be secured with an interest of 5% and repayment tenure of 10 years for equipment and 15 years for real estate. Various manufacturing facilities can avail an amount up to $35,000 through this loan and for various energy production projects it is capped at $5 million. But, all loan applications will be evaluated by the authorities on a case by case basis. On another hand, funding can also be availed through Grants. Manufacturing facilities can get an amount up to $5,000 through these grant schemes whereas, various energy production facilities can avail up to %1 million. Various R&D projects or studies on Renewable Energy System are also eligible for a grant of 50% of the cost or $175,000 whichever is lesser. Generally CFA considers various projects eligible for grants where the contract is for less than 10 years rather than loans. The applicant must produce Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs) during the process to be considered eligible for the loan or grant. Not only this, loan guarantees are also available under this program. This funding can be used in case of financing default on the applicant’s part. An amount equivalent to 75% of the deficiency can be availed through this program. The maximum amount allocated for loan guarantees is $30 million and the repayment tenure is kept at 5 years for all applicants.

The Metropolitan Edison Company Sustainable Energy Fund was sanctioned in the year of 2000 by First Energy and an amount of $5.7 million was made available for immediate grants. Later due to the merger between GPU Energy and First Energy an additional amount of #2.5 million was added to this program. Though under this Local Grant program no eligible efficiency technologies have been specified, but various eligible Renewable/other technologies are – Solar Water Heater, Solar Thermal Electric, passive solar space heat, solar space heat, solar thermal process heat, Photovoltaic, Biomass, Fuel cells etc. the maximum amount that can be granted under this program is capped at $25,000 and the actual amount will greatly depend on the project. The fund can be used for various purposes like – development of renewable energy technologies, energy conservation, sustainable energy efficiency, improvements of environment in the Company’s territory.

First Energy also establishes the Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund in 2000 under which an amount of $9.1 million was sanctioned for local loans and grants. The entire fund is administered by the Community Foundation for Alleghenies in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Two third of the fund is made available venture capital and business lending and one third for environmental grant making. The fund is sanctioned mainly to facilitate the development of renewable energy technologies and sustainable energy business.

Central Eastern Pennsylvania has also sanctioned Sustainable Energy Fund (SEF) for a limited number of loans and grants in the PPL Territory. Eligible sectors are industrial, commercial, local government and non-profit etc. the amount which can be sanctioned will greatly depend on the project. The fund has been released with the following purposes – financing sound energy solutions for businesses, manufacturing facilities, teacher training under CFL Energy education etc. the SEF was a direct consequence of the merger of PPL Inc. and the PUC. An amount, greater than $25 million was made available under this program.

Sustainable Development Fund Financing Program was established by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission in the final order of the PECO. This program is administered by the Reinvestment Fund, Inc. (TRF). After the PECO Unicom/Energy merger SDF had additional funding later. Currently, the total amount of funding available is $31.8 million. Various energy efficiency technologies like Heat pumps, Lighting, Air Conditioners etc are eligible to apply for and other eligible renewable technologies are photovoltaic, solar space heat, solar thermal processes, geothermal heat pumps etc. the fund can be availed in the form of subordinated debt, commercial loans, equity financing and royalty financing.

To facilitate the use of renewable energy and clean energy in West Penn Market, the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF) has been established. Solar system manufacturers, distributors and service companies can avail commercial loans under this program. Under WPPSEF a loan can be availed hat is not bankable but acceptable to all credit risks. And moreover this loan will be offered at an interest below the rate available in market. According to 72 P.S enacted in 29th November 2006, wind turbines and all related equipment are exempt of tax assessors. The equity evaluation of the property is done by the capitalized value of land-lease agreements.

According to 24 P.S. enacted in 13th July 2005, all new schools must be built efficiently under the Governor’s Green Government Council of Pennsylvania. Under this program a part of the soft costs of designing a green building will be provided. The amount that will be granted is capped at $25,000. The funding will cover modeling costs, consultancy fees and documentation costs for LEED-NC certification. An amount equivalent to 10% o the total costs of the building or renovation can be availed under this incentive.

The Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority (PEDA) provides various periodical financial incentives to energy projects in the field of solar thermal electric, photovoltaic, renewable transportation fuels, fuel cells, geothermal heat pumps, coal mine methane etc. In the year of 2009 $21 million was solicited under this incentive program. Normally the maximum amount which can be sanctioned to each project is capped at $1.5 million. All the applicants are required to produce some documented cost share or matching funds.

To preserve land quality, reduce air pollution and provide opportunities for the agricultural community, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) started the Pennsylvania Energy Harvest program in 2003. Under this program financial incentives can be availed for various projects which make use of renewable energy technologies. Till 2007, $26 million was awarded under this program as financial incentives. Projects which do not concern environmental or energy concerns are not eligible to apply for.

Homeowners in Pennsylvania are eligible to get financial incentives under the Keystone HELP Energy Efficiency Loan & Rebate Program which will help them the energy efficiencies in their houses. This program is administered by the Pennsylvania Treasury Department, the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and the AFC First Financial Corporation. To become eligible homeowner must have an annual income of less than $150,000 and they can apply for only one loan every fiscal year. Various types of secured and unsecured loans like Energy Star Loans, Advanced Performance Energy Star Loans, Renovate and Repair Energy Star Loans, Whole House Improvement Loans etc are available under this program.

Under Small Business Pollution Prevention Assistance Account Loan Program various small businesses in Pennsylvania having 100 or less full time employees are eligible to avail low interest loans for projects implementing renewable energy technologies. This program started in 1999. And it has sanctioned loans for more than $9.3 million.

Adams Electric Cooperative started offering financial incentives to its residential customers under the Energy Resource Conservation (ERC) and Supplemental Loan Program. An amount up to $25,000 can be borrowed under this program. Fund will be sanctioned based on the credit status of the applicant.

Rebate Programs

PA Home Energy (West Penn Power) – Home Efficiency Incentives
To let Pennsylvania consumers reduce home energy use the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF) has started the Pennsylvania Home Energy program and only customers of West Penn Power (Allegheny Energy) are eligible to apply for this program. It is expected to expand the scope of this program. Normally incentives are available under two programs – Energy Star Homes program and Home Performance with Energy Star program. An amount in the range of $200 to $1000 can be availed through this program. New homes certified by the Home Energy Rating System (HERS) index are eligible to avail increased incentives.

Pennsylvania Sunshine Solar Rebate Program
Under this rebate program all Pennsylvania residents using Photovoltaic and Solar systems are eligible to avail funding. This program started in May 2009 under the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). A total amount of $100 million is available under this program. The system must be installed in the applicant’s home and it must be his primary residence in Pennsylvania. No repairing cost will be supported under this program.

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Solar Power, Inc.’s 200-watt Class Module Receives Number One PTC Ratings From California Energy Commission
ROSEVILLE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Solar Power, Inc. (“SPI”) (OTCBB: SOPW) announced today that two of its 200-watt modules, have been ranked number one and number two in comparative performance ratings awarded by the California Energy Commission (“CEC”). In April, SPI announced another of its 200-watt modules had been ranked number three by the CEC.

Solar Power, Inc. currently sells three versions of its 200-watt module. Each of SPI’s modules has been tested using the Photovoltaic USA Test Conditions (“PTC”) to achieve the PTC rating that is the basis for their comparative rank. At present, the CEC lists 13 modules within the 200-watt category that have been tested using the PTC test conditions. Solar Power, Inc.’s SP200 modules currently hold rankings in the numbers one, two and three positions placing them squarely at the top of their class. The performance difference between SPI’s number-one ranked 200-watt module and the fourth-ranked competing module is 1.7%.

SPI’s modules are tested to evaluate performance characteristics by the independent, Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory, Intertek located in Lake Forest, CA. PTC ratings provide a measurement of how modules will behave in real-world conditions and is widely recognized by solar professionals as the best way to compare module performance. PTC test results are used by the CEC to rank and rate solar module performance for the CEC’s SB1 Guidance Listings. PTC values on this list are calculated using strict laboratory tests to establish comparative rankings. Higher performance ratings translate into greater rebates for home and business owners when installing solar systems within the state of California. The CEC’s SB1 listing of modules reflecting these new rankings will be published in early July.

“These most recent rankings by the CEC demonstrate our commitment to quality and performance,” said Steve Kircher, CEO of Solar Power, Inc. “California has historically been a trend setter and the state’s adoption of solar energy is no exception. The standards and practices that are being applied to solar in California are being adopted in other states as well. We are very pleased to see our modules achieve consistently superior performance evaluations under rigorous test conditions,” Mr. Kircher concluded.

All SPI modules are UL-listed for the US market and IEC-rated for the European market. The SP200 modules are also sold through the company’s growing U.S. national franchise network of Yes! Solar SolutionsTM retail energy outlets under the Yes! Solar SolutionsTM brand name. Additionally, Solar Power, Inc.’s SP200 modules are sold throughout Europe, Asia and Australia for both residential and commercial solar energy systems. The SP200 modules are featured in the arrays atop the STAPLES Center and Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles and 18,000 of the highly rated modules will be used in the 3.5-megawatt Aerojet installation now under construction in Sacramento, California.

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Satcon Delivers Fully Integrated Utility Class One Megawatt Power Conversion Solution
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Satcon Technology Corporation (NASDAQ CM: SATC), a leading provider of utility scale distributed power solutions for the renewable energy market, announced today the general availability of Prism®, a fully integrated one megawatt medium voltage solution optimized for utility scale solar PV installations.

Leveraging Satcon’s industry standard setting PowerGate® Plus 500kW solar PV inverters, Prism is a fully customizable one megawatt platform, complete with factory integrated step-up transformers, switchgear, and electronics. The solution will be delivered complete in an all-climate outdoor enclosure and ready to connect to the PV array and utility grid, enabling rapid installation through a modular prepackaged design.

Prism will dramatically increase the ease and speed of a typical utility scale PV installation, while also providing the unparalleled power production efficiencies that can only be realized through this full factory integrated and tested power conversion platform. Satcon’s Prism one megawatt integrated medium voltage solution is based on factory integrated pairs of Satcon’s highly efficient PowerGate Plus 500kW solar PV inverters, which recently eclipsed 150MW of total units installed globally.

“We are at an inflexion point in the solar PV industry, where utility scale projects are becoming more prevalent,” commented Dr. Leo Casey, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering for Satcon. “Satcon’s solutions have been used on some of the largest renewable energy sites in the world with hundreds of millions of grid connect kW hours delivered to date. Our customers were asking for a highly efficient, completely integrated package for large scale installations, and Prism offers the most flexible, efficient and powerful solution on the market today.”

The Prism solar PV solution is available for order immediately. The complete solution will come with Satcon’s standard five-year warranty included, and available optional warranty terms up to 20 years. Integrated transformers and switchgear are fully customizable, and Satcon system consultants are available to assist with project requirements and configurations.

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QD Soleil™ Announces Allowance of Claims for Nano-enabled Solar Concentrators
PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–QD Soleil™, a division of Nanosys, Inc., announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has allowed the company patent claims based on the use of nanostructures for solar concentrators. Solar concentrators magnify the sun’s rays on a small area of highly efficient solar cells. Such concentrators can dramatically reduce the cost of solar energy systems because the active solar cells can be made much smaller and thinner. Concentrator technology can be used in traditional utility-scale solar farms in addition to novel window glass applications, where the window tinting can be used to generate electricity by integrating a PV cell at the glass edge. QD Soleil uses its quantum dot technology to efficiently capture and concentrate light in a very narrow band at the edge of the glass. The properties of quantum dots make them particularly well suited and superior to other approaches for light concentration, such as organic dyes which have short lifetimes.

“We feel strongly that these new nano-enabled light concentrator systems will allow U.S. companies to replace large areas of expensive crystalline solar cells with cost-advantaged metal and plastic concentrator systems and efficient small-area solar cells,” said Vijendra Sahi, vice president and general manager of QD Soleil. “Our quantum dot technology and strong IP position provide a winning advantage for companies that want to establish a leadership position with these new enabling solar applications.”

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Amtech to Introduce New Technology-Solar PSG Removal Equipment at Intersolar North America, July 14-16, 2009
TEMPE, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amtech Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASYS), a global supplier of production and automation systems and related supplies for the manufacture of solar cells, today announced that its solar subsidiary, Tempress Systems, plans to introduce its new PSG removal technology at the Intersolar North America 2009 solar industry trade show (booth #8023), taking place July 14-16 in San Francisco, California. This newest solar product represents the third product in Amtech’s solar portfolio and, combined with its PECVD tool launched a year ago, will significantly increase the company’s total available market size.

This process step in the manufacturing of solar cells removes phosphosilicate glass (PSG) that naturally occurs during the diffusion process. A vast majority, if not all of existing PSG removal equipment utilizes conventional wet chemistry technology. Amtech’s new technology utilizes a dry chemical process that does not require large quantities of hazardous wet chemicals that impose large disposal burdens, resulting in potential lower cost of ownership.

J.S. Whang, President and Chief Executive Officer of Amtech, commented, “The introduction of our third solar production tool is an important milestone for the company, coming approximately one year after the introduction of our PECVD equipment. In addition to the significant benefits of dry chemical technology, this PSG solar product has the potential to contribute to higher cell efficiency, aiding the overall solar market goal of reaching grid parity. As we introduce our PSG removal equipment into the market, we continue to focus on our strategy of further expanding our offerings with the introduction of additional solar products in the future. With a healthy balance sheet and expanded product line, we are determined to emerge from the current recession as a stronger player in solar market.”

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Largest Global Photovoltaic Testing Network Gets Even Bigger
NEWTOWN, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TÜVRheinland® is increasing its domination of the photovoltaic market, expanding its global reach once again by opening a new test laboratory in Cologne, Germany this month.

The new Cologne location offers state-of-the-art technology for inspecting photovoltaic modules and solar thermal collectors and systems. It includes six climate chambers and five sun simulators, as well as two stations for mechanical load testing. The 1,800 m2 facility is three times larger than the previous Cologne test site, which could no longer meet the requirements of the rapidly growing solar energy market. The company also operates two external facilities – one in Cologne and another in Italy – for testing modules under real-weather conditions.

TÜVRheinland plays a key role in the international development of solar energy usage and quality assurance of solar modules. Since 1995, the company has continuously expanded its laboratory capacity and resources to address the needs of the ever-growing production of photovoltaic systems.

“Approximately 70% of all manufacturers of solar modules worldwide have their products tested in TÜVRheinland laboratories in order to obtain international market licenses and gain the recognition of both users and investors,” said Stephan Schmitt, President & CEO of TÜV Rheinland North America Holding Company. “Our newest test lab in Cologne demonstrates our leadership position and further solidifies our stronghold in the solar testing arena.”

With an international network across six continents, TÜVRheinland® maintains the largest network of Solar Energy Laboratories worldwide with five major laboratories on three continents, providing services that include product testing and certification, production monitoring, system testing and monitoring and research and development. In addition to the German test center, the company has established solar laboratories in Japan, China and the United States.

The US laboratory, based in Tempe, Arizona, is TÜV Rheinland PTL, LLC, a leading provider of safety and performance testing, and market certification serving every sector of the photovoltaic marketplace, from the supply chain through installation. TÜV Rheinland PTL is a unique partnership between Arizona State University, an institution with more than 50 years of research on solar energy and extensive solar testing know-how, and TÜVRheinland®, a $1.5 billion global provider of independent testing, assessment, and certification services.

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BioSolar’s BioBacksheet™ May “Revolutionize the Solar Power Industry,” According to Media Reports
SANTA CLARITA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BioSolar, Inc. (OTCBB:BSRC) has introduced “a robust protective backing for solar cells derived from cotton and castor beans, which may possibly revolutionize the solar power industry as we know it today,” according to a June 3, 2009 article on Green Energy News.

The article notes that BioSolar is “the primary initiator of this resilient bio-based plastic, which substantially reduces solar manufacturing costs and entirely ceases any need for petroleum exploitation.”

BioSolar’s line of proprietary BioBacksheet™ protective coverings are designed to replace expensive and hazardous petroleum-based film with a bio-based one derived from cotton and castor beans, creating a more environmentally-friendly and cost-effective solar panel component.

“With the market for solar power already in explosive growth mode, BioSolar is singularly positioned to lead the development of truly sustainable and cost-effective solar technology,” according to YESWECANSOLVEIT Blogspot.

Dr. David Lee, Chairman and CEO of BioSolar, recently announced that the BioBacksheetTM-C will be the company’s first product to be commercially available during the second half of 2009. The announcement follows BioSolar’s recent news that two of its products are currently in the preproduction stage and nearing qualification for full production.

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US Senators Michael Bennet and Mark Udall Visit Ascent Solar to Discuss Colorado Job Creation in the New Energy Economy
THORNTON, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASTI), a developer of state of the art flexible thin-film solar modules, hosted a press conference and facility tour Saturday for the Honorable Michael Bennet and the Honorable Mark Udall, U.S. Senators for Colorado, at the company’s world headquarters in Thornton, Colo. Joined by Ascent Solar employees, the Senators highlighted the potential for job creation in the New Energy Economy as evidenced by the company’s growth to date.

“Companies like Ascent Solar are helping Colorado become a national leader in the clean energy economy,” Senator Bennet said. “They are providing new energy options that also create new, good-paying jobs right here at home and help move Colorado and our economy forward.”

Bennet and Udall cited Ascent Solar’s breakthrough photovoltaic technology achievements and its plans to create 200 new jobs for Colorado’s New Energy Economy over the next several months. In March, the company opened its new facility and announced its planned 30 megawatt (MW) capacity manufacturing lines that will produce solar modules that can power homes, commercial buildings and consumer devices, among other applications.

“Ascent Solar is proud to be at the heart of Colorado’s renewable energy industry growth,” said Dr. Mohan Misra, Ascent Solar’s chairman and CEO. “Our company is benefiting from renewable energy tax incentives from the Recovery Act to fuel job creation and economic growth in the state.”

Ascent Solar expanded from its existing Littleton, Colo., facility, where its 1.5 MW capacity manufacturing line currently produces fully integrated lightweight thin-film CIGS modules using a flexible plastic substrate. The company is working with its partners to develop products that include building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) that can be part of rooftops, awnings and siding, for example, to provide solar power.

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Waste Water Treatment Plant Mud Used As ‘green’ Fuel
Scientists have shown that using mud from waste water treatment plants as a partial alternative fuel can enable cement factories to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions and comply with the Kyoto Protocol, as well as posing no risk to human health and being profitable. These are the results of an environmental impact assessment.

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Feather Fibers Fluff Up Hydrogen Storage Capacity
Scientists in Delaware say they have developed a new hydrogen storage method — carbonized chicken feather fibers — that can hold vast amounts of hydrogen, a promising but difficult to corral fuel source, and do it at a far lower cost than other hydrogen storage systems under consideration.

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Vertical farm could feed animals at UK zoo
Valcent Products claims its pilot project could produce food starting in September using 5 percent of the water of traditional farming with 20 times the yield.

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Sony Ericsson Says Solar Powered Cell Phones Not So Green

Not long ago, I presented some cell phones that, among their many functions, also incorporated a small solar panel, for flexible charging and green purposes. Well, those green purposes prove themselves being not so green, if we take into account recent studies.

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House to Vote on Climate Change Bill this Week

The American Clean Energy and Security Act (aka “ACES” aka the “Waxman-Markey bill”) may get a vote on the House floor this week, surprising many of us who thought the road from committees to the floor would be a much longer one.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said the vote will likely happen Friday. Meanwhile, supporters are still working out deals with detractors like Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson (D-MN), who opposes parts of the bill that he says put a disproportionate burden on farmers.

One of the most significant details so far, reports Climate Progress, is a concession to Rep. Peterson that gives the country’s electric co-ops that have under 4 million MW of capacity (so some of the smallest electricity producers) a free 0.5 percent of the cap-and-trade program’s valuable emission allowances. Thanks to this, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association said they are “not going to stand in the way of the passage of the bill.”

More negotiations are happening throughout the week, including around issues like the definition of “renewable biomass” and the EPA’s authority to consider indirect emissions (such as land-use changes) when calculating biofuels’ impact.

Pelosi and others seem confident they’ll have the votes they need by Friday. Stay tuned…

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Smartcool Completes Energy Efficiency Projects in British Columbia
Smartcool’s revolutionary ECO(3)(TM) technology generating savings in their own backyard

Smartcool Systems Inc. is pleased to announce it has completed several installations of its recently released ECO(3)(TM) technology into a variety of locations in Vancouver and the Interior of British Columbia. The energy savings being generated in these locations is proving that Smartcool can provide an economically viable solution to businesses looking to reduce their energy consumption, controlling their operating expenses, thereby boosting their bottom line.

The ECO(3)(TM) has been installed on refrigeration systems in a restaurant, a grocery store and a food processing plant and the air conditioning system for a small commercial building and a data centre.

“The success of the ECO(3)(TM) in these locations is very encouraging for Smartcool as it proves that we have developed a technology the makes economic sense in a region with relatively low electricity rates and a temperate climate,” stated George Burnes, President of Smartcool Systems Inc.

ECO(3)(TM) is a revolutionary product specifically developed as a state of the art, secondary controller for air conditioning and refrigeration systems. It provides extensive cost savings and environmental benefits by optimizing the energy efficiency of air conditioning and refrigeration systems with one or two compressors. These cooling units are found in millions of buildings worldwide that includes telecom providers, retailers, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores, hotels, branch offices and other small commercial spaces, and residences.

“Smartcool is pleased to be working within our home province of British Columbia,” added Chris Lefaivre, VP of Sales for Smartcool. “In recent months we have become a registered contractor in BC Hydro’s “Power Smart Alliance” and qualified for the BC Venture Capital Tax Credit Program. The business community here is calling out for economically sound programs to reduce energy usage and their cost of power. With the ECO(3)(TM) we have developed a proven technology that meets those requirements with the added bonus of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. We are very proud to deliver a solution to today’s problems that is both economically and ethically sound.”

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