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TechNet South 2012: Solar Stik reduces the logistical burden
Florida-based Solar Stik used this week’s TechNet Land Forces – South venue to highlight their operational energy capabilities that have transitioned from solar and wind power generation to the integration of power from multiple sources.
‘Two years ago if you had said, “I saw one of your systems with the military,” I probably could have identified which one it was,’ offered Al Zaccor, Chief Executive Officer of Solar Stik.
‘But now we’re at the point where you could be right – but we have so many systems out there that I have no idea which one it might be. And …
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