SAN ANTONIO, USA: Sunrise Solar Corp. has signed an agreement to assist Macon County, Alabama, with the implementation of new alternative energy projects.
The company will evaluate green technologies that will benefit the County, government buildings, public lighting and educational facilities. Projects will then be designed and implemented to meet these needs.
Addressing energy needs will include both improving energy efficiency in the County and bringing new alternative energy resources to the area. Funds are available from government sources, including the $800 Billion stimulus package to provide energy solutions that will reduce costs and dependence on foreign oil across America.
"We are pleased to become a partner with the leaders of Macon County," noted Maurice Stone, president of Sunrise Solar. "We expect to expand this model of working closely with government leaders to municipalities across America."
"We are excited to have this opportunity to work with Sunrise Solar in an effort to identify and develop alternative energy sources for Macon County," stated Louis Maxwell, Chairman, Macon County Commission. "We realize that to continue doing business in the same way, will produce the same results; we must change if our children will have a chance to become energy independent."
Sunrise Solar competes with green alternative energy players such as: Sun Power, First Solar, Trina Solar and LDK Solar.