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American Patriot Solar Appoints Chief Operating Officer
Published on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 (12:17 p.m.)
“Southern Nevada has an ideal climate for maximizing the benefits of solar energy, and I look forward to helping American Patriot Solar service its clients and grow as a company,” said Masters. “We use the newest technology available to provide a long lasting alternative to today's rising energy bills.”
American Patriot Solar is an award-winning solar installation company. It was awarded the “Best Green Marketing Campaign” in 2011 and was a finalist for Southern Nevada’s top Green Product in 2012 by the Las Vegas Business Press. American Patriot Solar was also named the top solar company in Southern Nevada by “The Best of Las Vegas” in 2012.
American Patriot Solar offers a wide variety of renewable energy solutions including residential and commercial solar panel installation, solar lighting systems and solar pumping systems. The company is a member of the Better Business Bureau and offers competitive financing options for solar energy systems.
“There has never been a time in our country where the need for alternative energy solutions was as important as it is now,” said Masters. “I am thrilled to be a part of this revolutionary company and its efforts to bring solar energy to all Americans.”
American Patriot Solar is a Nevada-based solar installation company that prides itself on using American-made products, which creates American jobs. It uses only American manufactured equipment for its installation while still offering some of the most competitive prices in the Las Vegas Valley. For more information or a free home or office assessment, visit http://www.apsolar.net/ or call 702-227-9205.
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