SunMaxx Solar Educator John Maliwacki takes a look at Solar Thermal Systems in the July/August 2012 issue of North American Clean Energy MagazineavwFm87mDz
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE–Thursday, June 28, 2012 –Binghamton, New York–SunMaxx Solar’s educator, John Maliwacki has a featured article in the July / August 2012 issue of North American Clean Energy Magazine, on stands now. Maliwacki’s article entitled, The “Other” Type of Solar – A Look at Solar Thermal Systems, gives insights on the distinct advantages of solar thermal vs. solar electric, the internal workings of solar hot water systems, and the prominence of solar thermal in the United States and around the world.
John Maliwacki notes, “It was a great honor to write an article in partnership with North American Clean Energy Magazine. Their support in discussing new ways of harnessing the sun’s power is key to the success of solar energy being recognized as a mainstream source of power.”
SunMaxx Solar’s EduPower program, lead by John Maliwacki, offers monthly Solar Hot Water Training courses throughout 2012. The courses, which are held at SunMaxx’s new training facility located in Binghamton, New York, are 3-5 day introductions to solar hot water, teaching basic concepts, design, and installation of solar hot water systems.
SunMaxx Solar, a leader in solar thermal training and education, aims to build a sustainable future for the global community by offering solar thermal system solutions and components, with an emphasis on creating a large educational network through hands-on training and free webinars.
To read John Maliwacki’s full article, please go to page 20 of the July/August issue of North American Clean Energy Magazine.
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