February 23, 2009

Soenso Energy Supplies Solar PV for
Tellus Northwest Georgia Science
Museum

Solar Power from Our Nearest Star Helps Power Cartersville, Georgia,
Planetarium to View Distant Stars



Tellus Northwest Georgia Science Museum 10kW Solar PV

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – A total of sixty Evergreen Solar photovoltaic (PV) modules have been installed on five towers in a courtyard outside the new Tellus Northwest Georgia Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. This solar PV array, supplied by Soenso Energy of Marietta, Georgia, is a 10kW system that produces about 1120kWh/month of clean electricity. This is enough electricity to offset the power used to operate the museum’s planetarium projector.

In Georgia, coal accounts for approximately sixty-four percent of the fuel mix used by utilities to generate electricity (Source: U. S. EPA). By partially powering the new Tellus Museum with 1120kWh per month of clean, solar-generated electricity, this new photovoltaic system will have these positive effects on our environment:

 Prevent an estimated 21,309 pounds of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere
each year

 Is comparable to about 22.5 barrels of oil not imported each year

 Is the equivalent to roughly 2.2 acres of pine forest storing carbon each year

Located just off I-75, Exit 293, Cartersville, Bartow County, Georgia, Tellus Northwest Georgia Science Museum is only forty-five miles northwest of downtown Atlanta. The 120,000 square foot museum features The Weinman Mineral Gallery, The Fossil Gallery, Science in Motion, The Collins Family My Big Backyard and a 120-seat planetarium with a state-of-the-art 20-inch telescope.

About Soenso Energy
Located in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta, Georgia, Soenso Energy has been a leading provider of commercial and residential renewable energy products since 2004. Soenso Energy offers sales and professional installation of solar thermal water heating, solar photovoltaic (PV) electric and small wind turbine electric. Federal and Georgia clean energy income tax credits are available for the installation of these renewable energy technologies.


On the Web: www.soenso.com          Email: info@soenso.com.

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