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New & Notable: Solar Assisted Lighting Systems Provide Power

May 1, 2003
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Ronkonkoma, NY — Nextek Inc. manufactures solar assisted lighting systems for commercial and industrial buildings. Nextek says its products (such as power modules) and services add value for customers by making solar power more cost effective, reducing electrical consumption and improving lighting control and quality. Solar Services is a new way to purchase the innovative Nextek DC-powered lighting technology packaged with photovoltaics to provide efficient, integrated solar power for commercial and industrial applications. According to Pat McLafferty, a vice president for Nextek Power Systems, says it’s possible to select roofing that will generate power and savings, as well as environmental good will.

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