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Sunrise Solar Introduces Solar Sunroof
Aug 2008
Sunrise Solar of San Antonio, developer and distributor of alternative solar energy technologies and equipment, has announced the introduction of a solar sunroof that will generate electricity to recharge a vehicle’s batteries. In addition, the solar sunroof will regulate and manage the vehicle’s internal temperature depending on the environment. This new technology will replace traditional glass sunroofs and according to Sunrise Solar, could have valuable applications in the next generation of solar automobiles currently under development. The company will market the solar sunroof through an agreement with Barker Communications Inc.

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