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November 06, 2005

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Nellie Thomas

Read with much interest the article on solar power by Larry Smith. Had the opportunity to see firsthand a home in Key Largo, FL which was built to harness the sun! ... and the pluses were just amazing. It seems a shame to me that our commercial power companies (worldwide) couldn't utilize techniques to this end as well!

JB

NRGmanager distributes solar products in the Bahamas and other areas of the Caribbean. We are always looking for qualified contractors to provide quotes for systems. It is the contractors who interface with the public and recommend systems. Typically solar hot water does not make financial sense up front and the need for quick replacement, however if more plumbing contractors would offer a closed loop solar tank to their customers when performing replacements of broken water heaters then later solar could be installed at the roof by another qualified contractor.

If any contractor needs a quote or assistance with solar or wind systems please feel free to contact me. Cape Canaveral, FL
www.nrgmanager.com

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