Solar & Thermal Systems, Inc.
Based In Norwalk CT, and founded in 2001, S&T began with the notion of capturing
and converting the sunlight falling on rooftops as electricity for the building.
Having the engineering experience necessary to accomplish this goal in an
eco-friendly and economically sound manner, Paul Passarelli incorporated the business to accomplish the
Always developing and expanding an extensive knowledge base, to accommodate ever
changing rules brought on by these times of uncertainty, we want to answer your questions.
After browsing our FAQ please don't hesitate to ask
any question you feel we haven't covered sufficiently.
Improve Your Bottom Line
average price for electricity is 12.5 cents per kWh (Dec 2017, up 2.2% from Dec '16) with wide variation, and
little prospect of real decrease in the future.
Despite the economic downturn demand growth remains in the 3% to 4% range. Total spending
for electricity shows over a billion dollars worth of electricity each and every day from a mix of
sources competing for market share.
Solar & Thermal helps customer capture sunlight as electricity. Computing
the cost based solely on the capital purchase and an arbitrary 20 year lifecycle S&T can cost as
little as 7.812 cents per kWh.
The Bigger Picture
Who can benefit from having local generation? That's a great question and probably why you're
here. We broken down the the characteristics of the site and what type of equipment you need as a customer
of Solar & Thermal.
Commercial Buildings with rooftops from 20,000 to 200,000 sq ft can be served with a single unit and
sufficient panels to produce from 50kW to 500kW of local power.
Larger facilities, including ground mounted panel arrays, are best served by two or more main units
and sufficient panels, bringing the possibility of thermal storage into the equipment mix.
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