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Solar Heating & Cooling Case Study - Bradenton Residence

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In 2016, Mirasol FAFCO Solar installed a CoolPV® system on a Florida residence owned by Jerry Pollard. Pollard’s system is comprised of 40 275 Watt CoolPV panels.

FAFCO CoolPV is an enhanced solar electric panel that generates electricity and heats water using the same valuable roof space, a technology known as Photovoltaic Thermal or PVT. It can produce up to four times the power of PV alone. Because CoolPV cools the solar electric module, CoolPV can generate up to 20% more electricity than standard PV systems. CoolPV allows customers to save money while increasing their home value with an environmentally friendly and innovative product.

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