Solar Source attended the 2013 MIA Green Expo in Miami in February. Our President, Wayne Wallace, and VP Rick Gilbert were featured speakers at the event.
Vice President, Rick Gilbert, had this to say about the event:
“I have spoken on panels at many events. However, at this event I was impressed with the audience attendance. Every seat was full, and participants asked questions for approximately 30 minutes beyond the presentation.”
[pullquote style=”left” quote=”dark”]People are very interested in the future of solar and how policy is a stumbling block to industry growth.”[/pullquote]
“What I really liked about MiaGreen was the impressive international participation. Solar Source recently opened an office in Mexico City, and had our Spanish-speaking team at the show. This was invaluable as there were many participants from Mexico, Central, and S. America looking for resources, from equipment to project installations. As a result, we are now engaged with solar groups from several countries and are excited about the potential.”
“Another thing we really liked about MiaGreen was the outstanding customer service. Solar Source has done a lot of shows over the years, some larger, some smaller, but of all the shows we’re participated the MiaGreen staff stayed involved with us start to finish and made us feel very welcome. We can’t thank Jose Garcia and his team enough and look forward to participating in future MiaGreen events.”
Vice President Rick Gilbert speaking to MIA Green audience.
Rick and Wayne standing in front of the poster announcing their talk at M
The 12-panel system is expected to pay for itself in about seven years.
Largo, FL (PRWEB) August 14, 2012
Solar Source completed the installation of a 3.06 kilowatt solar electric (photovoltaic or PV) system on the home of St. Petersburg City Council Member Karl Nurse. Nurse expects his system will generate all of the electricity his home requires for about six months out of the year; thanks to efficiency improvements he’s made over the last decade. Full Story…
The St. Petersburg home of City Council Member Karl Nurse is powered by 12 solar panels installed by Solar Source