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28 October 2014

XsunX exceeds 146kW in total commercial solar systems sales incorporating new power management features

XsunX Inc of Aliso Viejo, CA, USA, which is developing hybrid copper indium gallium (di)selenide thin-film (CIGS) photovoltaic (TFPV) cell technologies and ‘CIGSolar’ manufacturing processes, says that its sales of solar power systems integrating new commercial power management features have now reached 146kW. Providing detailed on-site energy generation and facility-wide usage data, the power management capabilities are designed to help clients expose and eliminate inefficiencies while working towards net-zero energy consumption.

“The complexity of how utilities charge commercial clients for their power makes achieving net-zero energy consumption hard to attain by adding solar alone,” says CEO Tom Djokovich. “Our goal at XsunX has been to deliver technology that could help achieve this goal without driving the cost for a solar power system through the roof,” he adds. “The cost for adding our new commercial power management ‘CPM’ capabilities adds only pennies to a typical commercial solar power system.”

The firm’s addition of CPM technologies to its solar power system designs was the first of two key planned system upgrades. The next goal is to integrate on-site power storage to decrease building dependency from utilities for incidental building load demands.

“Our goal is to provide clients with an economically balanced three-part solution delivering on-site power production to off-set 100% of their kilowatt hour needs, the ability to manage every aspect of how they use power to eliminate waste, and the delivery of on-demand stored power to offset costly incidental power hogging equipment loads,” says Djokovich.

Similar to how hybrid vehicles blend the efficiencies of on-demand power from internal combustion with electric power, XsunX says that it is focused on delivering a hybrid commercial solar power solution to provide maximum cost-reducing benefits, while allowing clients to continue to rely on the benefits of power as needed from the local utilities to in-fill demand.

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