NetZero USA to Debut at WEEC in Atlanta with Comprehensive Commercial Energy Savings PlatformPosted on Tuesday, October 30th, 2012 at 2:56 pm by Solar Energy USA
Solar Energy USA, a national solar integrator and one of the largest turn-key solar photovoltaic (PV) installers in Georgia will debut its commercial energy conservation division NetZero USA and its UL listed T5 lighting retrofit adapter at the WEEC, the World Energy Engineering Congress, in Atlanta. From October 31 to November 1, WEEC attendees can stop by Booth 443 and learn about the NetZero USA line of commercial energy efficiency solutions.
The Alpharetta-based solar PV design and installation company has been saving businesses up to 79 percent on lighting expenses thanks to their line of T5 lighting adapters as a means of tackling the “low-hanging fruit” to help organizations save money by reducing fixed costs and becoming more energy efficient. Following installation of energy efficient lighting, the next core piece of the Solar Energy USA commercial portfolio included incorporating PV solar panels onto the roof of the client’s facility for energy production and protection against rising power cost.
The NetZero USA line of commercial efficiency solutions incorporates a number of high efficiency related power products to be adopted in conjunction with high performance lighting and solar energy solutions. The term ‘Net Zero’ refers to a building that has zero net energy consumption, or produces 100% of its own energy needs. The goal of NetZero USA is to substantially reduce business net operating costs by permanently lowering or eliminating purchased kilowatt usage.
About Solar Energy USA
Solar Energy USA is a renewable energy company that specializes in solar powered energy solutions including photovoltaic solar panel systems, solar thermal systems, solar attic ventilation, and energy efficient commercial T5 lighting. The Solar Energy USA corporate office is powered by rooftop solar PV panels which allow the company to produce 100% of its own energy needs.