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Orange County Convention Center

Orange County Convention Center

Orange County Convention Center by Solar Source

From a simple residential attic fan or pool heater to domestic water heating on a residential or industrial pre-heat level to mega-watts or a solar farm, Solar Source knows no limitations. Try putting us to work on your project today. This installation was done in approximately 5 months and includes over five thousand eight hundred modules. The special weights in the weighted ballast systems were custom designed just for this application. The installation educated numerous electrical contractors and put many unemployed laborers to work and opened doors for a large number of people. The system generates about the same amount of power that it would take to power 100 homes. The environmental impact in CO2 emissions can be viewed on the system monitoring section of our website at Solarsource.net.

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