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USA: New Sunmaxx Solar Installation at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on May 27, 2013

Sunmaxx Solar, a vertically-integrated manufacturer of solar thermal systems and components located in Binghamton, New York, has announced the completion of a 120 m2 solar thermal system at a new multi-storey fitness centre, which includes a gym, at Beaufort Marine Corps Air Station, USA. The solar thermal installation is a response to Section 523 of the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) 2007, which requires that at least 30% of the hot water demand of each new federal building (or during major renovation of an existing one) is to be covered by an SWH system.
Photo: Sunmaxx Solar

Dominican Republic: Purchase Agreement between Sunmaxx and Retecsa

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on March 4, 2011

 Retecsa Sunmaxx training” Installation company Retecsa from the Dominican Republic and US-American system supplier Sunmaxx have entered into a purchase agreement. Part of this new cooperation was a 4-day training in January by Sunmaxx instructor Todd Paternoster at the Retecsa company site in Santiago. Besides technical issues, the training answered questions about the advantages and energy savings of renewable energy systems, as well as how to use specialised software to design larger solar thermal projects. Photo: Sunmaxx

Solar Pool & Spa Heating (2010)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on March 2, 2011

This is an example of a general information brochure about solar heating of pools and spas, produced by the company SunMaxx Solar.

The publication provides an overview of the product, including how to choose your collectors, the limitations one may find (in terms of weather conditions, size, etc), the design and the layout of system components, among other details about this technology.

Author: SunMaxx Solar

Date: 2010

Pages: 6

USA: “Solar Thermal Electric Car Charging Station” wins first Prize

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 18, 2010

 Winners of the Honda iDream Student Challenge” Winners of the Honda iDream Student Challenge: The team Solar Solutions, formed by three students from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, won first place in the category Mobility. Their project describes a system that has the ability to charge a battery of an electric car using solar thermal energy from vacuum tube collectors.
Photo: Honda

USA: Partnership to set up new Collector Production Site

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on September 20, 2010

 Adam Farrell, CEO of Sunmaxx Solar, and Klaus Mischensky, CEO of Geo-Tec Solar Industries” Another transatlantic solar partnership: Adam Farrell, CEO of North American solar thermal importer and system supplier Sunmaxx Solar, and Klaus Mischensky, CEO of Austrian collector manufacturer Geo-Tec Solar Industries, announced the creation of a joint-venture at the Intersolar North America in San Francisco in July 2010.
Photo: Sunmaxx

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