US-based alternative energy systems provider Solar America has signed an agreement with solar hot water solutions developer Solar Energy Labs Florida for the development of a solar energy system.
The system will be capable of producing both efficient hot water and supplemental electricity for households and small business.
As per the agreement terms, Solar America will collaborate with Solar Energy Labs to incorporate Solar America’s Solar Power Station technologies into the latter’s Intellement photovoltaic (PV) hot water system.
Solar America CEO Robert Bludorn remarked that the partnership with Solar Energy Labs could open up new niche markets for both companies.
“There are several potential solar projects that we have been evaluating that could immediately benefit from a system using the combined technologies,” Bludorn added.
Solar America’s Solar Power Station can be connected to all kinds of commercially available solar panels to convert solar energy into clean, sustainable power that can be used locally or fed to the power grid.