Solar Project Set for the High Chaparral

PerfectPower.Net, an alternative energy corporation, announced the award of $10 million contract from GreenWood Partners to provide energy systems. The GreenWood project is the first privately financed, off-grid solar community with no U. S. government funding. The project provides solar electric power for 487 home sites located on wooded, five-acre lots at the 4200-foot elevation in the high chaparral hills near Kingman, Arizona. Planned Highway 93 improvements will make travel to GreenWood less than three hours from Phoenix. Providing power systems to serve owners with all of the comforts of homes found in traditional neighborhoods was the challenge faced by PerfectPower.Net in packaging state-of-the-art technology with cost-effective building. The result was to produce cost-effective view-homes within a comfortable drive from Phoenix, Las Vegas or Southern California. Model homes may be viewed on these five-acre wooded lots, and include a basic 1650 watt solar electric power system, at package prices that begin under $100,000.
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