Redi-Mail installs solar power at NJ facility
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Fairfield, NJ - Redi-Mail Direct Marketing, a company specializing in relationship marketing campaign management across a variety of media channels, announced the installation of a technologically-advanced solar panel system at its facility in Fairfield, New Jersey.
The new solar photovoltaic system will provide electric power for Redi-Mail's 170,000 square foot location. Using the latest green design engineering, the system comprises over one-thousand 39 x 65 inch solar modules affixed to the roof of the building, that are designed to harness sunlight to produce electricity.
"We were persuaded to convert to solar power not only by the efficiency of the system but also by its environmentally-friendly impact," said Thomas R. Buckley, Chief Executive Officer at Redi-Mail.
Mayor Sam Gasparini of Fairfield agrees that Redi-Mail is taking a leading-edge position in the business community with its solar installation.
"We are pleased that Redi-Mail has sought to invest in solar power," Mayor Gasparini said. "Green energy is the wave of the future and we applaud the leadership role that Redi-Mail has taken in this solar installation."
Sam Paglianite, owner of Freedom Energy, contracted to perform the installation, says that Redi-Mail stands to save the environment from the emission of over 200 tons of CO2 and 6,000 gallons of heating oil annually when the system is up and running.
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