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February 05, 2008


Our solar array has now been up and running for three months and has been producing power each and every day.  Now some days have been a bit brighter and sunnier than others but if you go to this link you can see how we are doing each day or for the week/month/year.

The solar project has been a great success not only in the power produced but in the interest it has generated.  From showing the array to other companies who are interested in solar to just recently being contacted by a 13 year old that is doing a paper on solar for a school project, the amount of interest is amazing.   When our project was brought on line we were the 2nd largest solar array in the state of CT and that gave us some bragging rights.  Today I am very happy to say we have dropped to probably the 4th or 5th largest in the state. That means more and more companies have taken steps into green power and overall that is the best thing for everyone.


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