Monday, July 16, 2007

SolCool- cooling with pv's


"The basic SolCool system
has the same output capacity to a two ton air conditioning system but uses 85% less energy than equivalent high efficiency air conditioners;
and the dual battery/solar powered system enables the unit to run 24 hours a day, even during the most overcast of days or when blackouts occur.
One of the most unique attributes of the Millennia 4.0
is that it’s powered on a direct current (DC) which allows for the most efficient use of solar energy. The use of DC also allows the Millennia 4.0 to have integrated attachments such as water purification systems,
lights, and even ceiling fans. The latest version can also heat a room. All of which SolCool believes will help make-up for the $20,000 to $40,000 cost (before subsidies) of installing solar panels on the average household’s roof. SolCool’s unit is a way of stepping into the solar powered world without committing all at once, by integrating solar power efficiently forsmaller applications."

EcoVantage Energy Inc.

Contact: Samuel Little

Phone: (817) 304-0661


Weatherford, TX 76087
Service Area: Texas

No comments: