Friday, September 24, 2010

[MISP] Great energy idea!

Kramer Woodard is a visionary architect at UNM who is working with solar power in unique ways- give him a vote!

I'm writing to ask you to consider voting for our project "Block Parties" on the GM Ecoimagination Challenge website (url below). 
As many of you know we have been working on a new Photovoltaic product that is meant to add a new dimension to the standard panels currently available, namely an aesthetic one. We call it a PV Brise Soliel, paying homage to Le Corbusier, who understood that there are two sides of the sun to be taken advantage of. While full scale prototype is under way, we have a long way to go to get this design to market. Testing, patenting, UL endorsement and a whole lot of other things need to take place before it shows up in your local big box store. 
I appreciate your time (and vote) and will keep you posted on the system regardless of the competition outcome.
Best Wishes & Thank you!
PS Voting closes on the 30 of September, so as Al Capone used to say...Vote early and Vote often! 

Jack Ox

Research Assistant Professor, Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts, UNM
Associated Faculty Member with the Center for Advanced Research Computing at UNM
Research Associate, The ARTS Lab, UNM

2710 Hyder Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM

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