New Mexico’s Kirtland Air Force Base installed the first active solar water heating system on an Air Force facility in December 2010. The base now captures the sun’s energy to heat the aquatic center on base.
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The Genoa Township Park District is helping the environment and saving taxpayers money through the installation of a solar water heating system at the public pool.
Cogenra Solar installed an innovative solar photovoltaic electricity and water heating cogeneration system at General Hydroponics, a leading developer of hydroponic agricultural systems, nutrient formulas, and related products.
A new industrial process solar water heating system at a Gatorade beverage factory in Phoenix produces more than one million kilowatt hours of heat energy per year.
This installation of three shallow solar ponds (SSP) at Foster Alligator farms illustrates the wide range of commercial, industrial, and agricultural uses for solar water heating technology.
SunMaxx Solar installed a large solar water heating system at the Fort Hood military base in Texas.
To enhance Boston’s clean energy output, Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, went solar May 19, 2008.
South Dakota’s historic Ellsworth Air Force Base is looking toward the future with a new solar water heating system. Two Piedmont companies partnered to construct the energy system, which was completed in May 2011.
The town of Eagle-Vail, Colorado recently opened a community pool heated with 54 solar panels installed by Capitol Solar Energy and manufactured by UMA Solar.
The city of Covington, Georgia recently installed a solar water heating and photovoltaic system on the Covington City Hall.