SunWater Solar Releases “Solar Hot Water Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow” Video

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Industry experts describe the benefits and simple elegance of Solar Thermal technology

The CSI rebate and the long-term financial benefits of Solar Thermal make this technology an excellent investment for any business that requires large amounts of hot water."

SunWater Solar, one of the only companies in California that specializes in Solar Thermal technology, today released a new video: “Solar Hot Water Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow.” This five-minute video is an excellent source of information for anyone looking to learn more about Solar Thermal, an efficient, low-cost, renewable energy source.    

“Solar Hot Water Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow” provides an overview of Solar Thermal technology and its history, benefits and applications. The video is narrated by SunWater Solar’s executive team, who are among the most knowledgeable experts in the U.S. Solar Thermal industry. Loaded with insightful commentary and high-quality footage of Solar Thermal systems in action, the video introduces viewers to a technology whose brightest days are still ahead, and that will play a vital role in reducing pollution and reliance on fossil fuels.

Please click here (http://www.sunwatersolar.com/video.php) to view “Solar Hot Water Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow.”

Solar Thermal began to attract increased public attention in January 2010 when the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved the California Solar Initiative (CSI) Thermal Program, which authorized $350 million in rebates. Solar Thermal systems use the sun’s energy, rather than fossil fuels, to heat water and other fluids, significantly reducing site-generated greenhouse gas emissions and enabling long-term ROI through decreased utility bills.

“The CSI rebate and the long-term financial benefits of Solar Thermal make this technology an excellent investment for any business that requires large amounts of hot water,” said Justin Weil, President of SunWater Solar. “A Solar Thermal system can reduce water-heating bills by up to 70%, and in 2010 we expect to see more and more businesses tapping into the value these systems can provide.”

Along with the new video, SunWater Solar has also released a Financial Rebates & Incentives fact sheet that explains six different financial options available to prospective buyers of Solar Thermal systems. This fact sheet is informative reading for businesses that understand the potential benefits of Solar Thermal and want to purchase a system for the lowest possible cost.

Please click here (http://www.sunwatersolar.com/solar-rebates-financing.php) to download the SunWater Solar Financial Rebates & Incentives fact sheet. Registration is required to download the fact sheet.

“The upfront cost of a Solar Thermal system may be higher than that of a natural gas-fueled water heater, but with the many rebates and financial options available today, buyers can recoup that cost relatively quickly,” said Justin Weil. “And with a 25 to 40 year lifespan, these systems continue paying back long after they’ve paid for themselves.”

About SunWater Solar

SunWater Solar designs, installs and services Solar Thermal systems that lower utility bills, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help clients meet sustainability requirements. From system design to project management, SunWater Solar has implemented Solar Thermal technology for a variety of applications, including domestic hot water heating, process heating and pool heating. Founded in 2006 and based in Richmond, California, SunWater Solar serves a wide variety of customers and focuses exclusively on Solar Thermal technology.

For more information, visit http://www.sunwatersolar.com.

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