Miami business produces 100% of it's electrical power from the
on: March 6, 2008, 8:39 am
Release Author: Dr. Dennis Antoine
Release Summary: Sun Electronics, a leader in solar integration
and design, is now harnessing the power of the sun at its downtown
Release Body: (Sun Electronics, Miami FL) Sun
Electronics has placed 129 solar panels on its rooftop
which provides 23kW of power with their grid tie system. The system
allows Sun to supply all of it's daily electrical needs, sell any
overage back to the utility, and provide long term independent power
in case of a long term power outage.
"Americans must take responsibility in helping themselves
to the enormous opportunity that solar energy can supply" says
owner and President John Kimball.
Kimball started working in the solar business
in 1973, in Tucson, Arizona at the age of 21. Kimball started the
Tucson Energy Center in 1973, worked in three U.S.
Congressional offices including U.S. Representative Morris K. Udall,
Arizona; U.S. Representative Phillip Sharp, Indiana; and U.S. Representative
George Brown Jr, California. Following several years working on
solar energy in Washington, he went to work for Arizona Governor
Bruce Babbit's Arizona Solar Energy Commission. He then worked a
as a sales engineer for Photowatt, Photocomm, and Kyocera America.
35 years Kimball has been helping dealers and customers in the design
and promotion of solar and renewable energy systems, back up, and
independent power systems worldwide.
ships worldwide, and the company projects sales exceeding 15 million
Details: Sun Electronics
511 NE 15th Street
Miami, FL 33132
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