Quixotic Systems Was Selected to Be the Solar Thermal Integrator for the Solarize Brooklyn Program

Quixotic Systems Inc. one of the leading solar integrators in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area has announced that they have been selected as the Solar Thermal Integrator for the Solarize Brooklyn program.

New York, NY October 10, 2013


Quixotic Systems was selected out of 12 bidders to perform the contract, engineering, procurement and construction services for selected solar thermal projects. Quixotic Systems is a New York City based company that has been in business for over 15 years committed to developing solar projects that benefit the communities of New York and New Jersey.

The Solarize Brooklyn program is the first of its kind in New York City. The program offers discount pricing to all purchasers of systems based upon the number of systems sold. Quixotic Systems conducted six educational solar sessions in the neighborhoods of Kensington, Windsor Terrace, Flatbush and Park Slope to educate the community on the advantages of solar in their homes. Quixotic is presently in the process of completing the contracting phase with 10 customers.

The Solar Project solutions to be provided by Quixotic Systems will be completely turnkey and vary in size depending on the building's needs. Quixotic Systems President Richard Klein stated, "We are very happy to have formed this alliance with Solarize Brooklyn. We feel strongly that this program will benefit New York metro area communities, not just by raising much needed awareness, but also by offering affordable and reliable renewable energy solutions to those that are not aware of their benefits."

Quixotic Systems is a total solutions provider' offering expert engineering consulting, design, implementation and maintenance for renewable energy projects. For further information, please contact Quixotic Systems at 212.367.9161 or by email at info(at)quixotic-systems(dot)com.

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