Much like a sunflower, Solaflect’s solar trackers, ‘planted’ in backyards and fields throughout Vermont, accurately follow the sun all day long, providing 40% more solar energy than rooftop solar panels. Tracker owners save over $25,000 in energy cost over the life of their Trackers, with a return that beats their other long term, low risk investments. All without drilling a single hole in the roof!
Why track the sun, anyway? A solar panel generates the most electricity when it is pointed directly at the sun. Solaflect designed its award-winning Tracker to solve the rooftop solar problem – by NOT pointing directly at the sun all day, panels on rooftops and other fixed surfaces miss out on 40% more electricity they could be generating. As a result, the Tracker is the most efficient and cost-effective solar option available to most Vermont homeowners and small businesses. Learn more here; www.solaflect.com
Thursday, May 17, 5:30-6:30pm, Norman Williams Public Library