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ABC Solar Founder Gives 5 Reasons To Invest In Solar Today At South Bay Energy Fair

The Brill Glass and Steel Solar Estate features a 4.28 Grid-Tie Solar System and a1 KW pool circulation solution.
by Staff Writers
Rancho Palos Verdes CA (SPX) May 03, 2007
ABC Solar will be a featured presenter and exhibitor at the 2nd Annual South Bay Energy Fair and Solar Homes Tour in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA on Saturday May 5, 2007. In addition, ABC Solar also has three solar installations that will be featured in this year's Solar Homes Tour on June 16, 2007. The three residential properties are all on different types of roofing structures.

1. Berman Solar Estate

2. Tuxford Solar Beach Home

3. Brill Glass and Steel Solar Estate

The South Bay Energy Fair will take place on the grounds of Pacific Unitarian Church, located at 5621 Montemalaga Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275. The Energy Fair is a secular event intended to educate and empower the public. The Fair will take place on May 5th 2007, from 9 am to 3 pm. The Solar Homes Tour will take place on June 16th 2007, at various private homes and businesses in the South Bay area.

The Solar Speech By ABC Solar Founder at The South Bay Energy Fair is:

5 Reasons to Invest in Solar Today

1. 52 cents a kWh (Green)

2. Can be architecturally designed to look great on your home

3. Cash Rebates

4. Federal Tax Credits

5. Positive Environmental impact. (Green)

The Berman Solar Estate installed a 3KW Grid-Tie Solar Electric System. This spectacular estate was featured in PV News, the Palos Verdes local newspaper. Read the article here.

Quoting the article, "Dr. David Berman's home may not look like anything special from the outside. Yes, the H-shaped abode is built differently than the typical 1950's rancho-style-homes of Rancho Palos Verdes, and there are a series of solar panels on the roof. But to casual passersby, it's just another house on the block..."

The Brill Glass and Steel Solar Estate features a 4.28 Grid-Tie Solar System and a1 KW pool circulation solution. The Brill Estate is a modern steel and glass flat-roofed "pool house" designed by Grillias and Lau in 1955 is the location for an extensive solar installation by ABC Solar in 2007.

The solar installation is on the south-west corner of the one acre property, with an array of 32 Mitsubishi 165 watt electric panels in two rows mounted along the steel i-beams that act as an open-air cover for the pool. The solar panels are pointed south at a 15 degree tilt to achieve maximum summer solar production and to allow the panels to self-clean when it rains. 6 of the solar panels are being routed to a DC Solar powered Pool pump that does the circulation and filtration for the pool. This 1.5HP DC pump will do 60 to 90 Gallons per minute during its solar production day.

The Tuxford Solar Beach House has a 3KW Grid-Tie Solar with 24x Kyocera 130 watt solar electric panels with a Magnatek Inverter.

Mr Tuxford said this about his installation, "There is a real additional benefit, though, to having solar panels: that benefit is the satisfaction that you personally are doing something to fight global warming by using less energy from coal fired fossil fueled generating plants."

About Bradley Bartz and ABC Solar Incorporated

Bradley Bartz, a Palos Verdes local Solar entrepreneur will talk about the state of the solar market in California. Mr. Bartz believes that the solar market will grow faster than the internet market did. Solar manufacturing is going grand scale and prices have started to drop for first time in years. Investing in Solar Energy is 'green squared' from the color of money you will make and the good for the environment you will do. Mr. Bartz will also talk about simple solar ideas that you can do today, in your backyard. If you can't make the Energy Fair, please feel free to call Mr. Bartz at 310-373-3169

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