San Marcos, CA (PRWEB) July 13, 2009
Offering a radical departure in design from traditional wind generators, DyoCore's SolAir can be stacked and strategically placed in a residential home environment as an alternative energy source. The unit incorporates the latest in thin film transistor solar panels, providing a continuous flow of energy, even with low-exposure to the sun. Furthermore, the company's supplied DC/AC inverter actually recycles unused electricity back into the local grid, dramatically reducing consumer dependency on the nation's power resources, while providing true money savings to environmentally-savvy home owners.
According to DyoCore's co-founder and VP of Sales, Moe Green, the SolAir represents the first time anyone in the industry has addressed the high cost and low performance of single install wind and solar energy resources. "DyoCore's dynamic and unique approach to this market sector provides a low cost, high performance and reliable building block solution. The average homeowner can start slow and build an entire home solution over time that strategically solves specific power needs and performance issues with our unique and cost-efficient solutions," explained Mr. Green.
The on/off-grid, plug-n-play hydro hybrid requires simple installation by homeowners, features an appealing stackable design, and delivers a complete return on initial investment within two to five years. Unlike other wind and/or solar systems, the SolAir has the potential to convert up to 70% of wind power into electricity, double the current average, and can operate in as little as 2mph to >25mph.
According to David Raine, company co-founder and chief engineer, it's all about developing cleaner and leaner technologies, thus improving the way products are designed, made, delivered, and used. "At the end of the product's life cycle, even the materials the product is made of can be recycled. The goal is to provide greater consumer value, performance and choice as well as reduce environmental impacts. DyoCore's product line meets this goal and will lower the cost of energy for the end consumer," explained Mr. Raine.
Available in two configurations, 300-watt and 800-watt versions, the SolAir I and II will be available in July 2009 at a suggested retail price of $4,800 for a complete system, including inverter system, high-performance rechargeable batteries and mounting brackets. In many states, the SolAir qualifies for local, state and federal tax credits of up to 80%.
About DyoCore Smart Solutions
DyoCore's focus lies within the development and distribution of simple, low cost residential energy solutions based on hybrid wind and solar alternatives. The Company's technology objective is architected to make alternative energy resourcing simple, reliable, cost effective, and flexible for customers. A key aspect of DyoCore's vision is that its product line helps customers avoid the cost, hassle, and reliability issues of maintaining a large, high cost, high maintenance current market product.
DyoCore products present a dramatic change over traditional turbine designs. DyoCore turbines have been specifically tooled for low wind and the SolAir has been created specifically for both low wind and obstructed areas, ideal for the average
home roof. The company's first two products, the SolAir I and Solair II will be available in July, 2009. For more information, visit the company's web site at http://www.dyocore.com.
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