Tuesday, August 19, 2008

SolarCraft to Help Marin Businesses Go Solar

Novato-based SolarCraft continues to establish their position as Marin County’s source for local solar energy experts to provide green, renewable energy to shopping centers, business complexes and city buildings. The venture has allowed the spread of Solar Energy in the county of Marin and has given the local stores a wonderful eco-option. SolarCraft recently completed a solar energy system at the new Hamilton Marketplace in Novato. Built on the site of the former Nave Lanes, the highly anticipated new Hamilton Marketplace will create even more excitement by powering the shopping center with clean, green, renewable energy. All commons areas, parking lots and walkway lighting will be powered by 100% solar energy. The 95,000-square-foot center is owned by Grosvenor USA Limited. Woodlands Market in Kentfield, the largest solar powered grocery store in California, was also designed and installed by SolarCraft.

SolarCraft continues to be a leader in solar installations for residential and commercial solar electric systems, as well as solar thermal pool heating and domestic hot-water systems. One can only hope that more such firms localize and intensify the use of alternate sources and allow the community to get an access to such sources of energy. Wish we had something like this in our own city to deal with constant power crisis!

source: solarcity

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