Solar / Photovoltaics (PV) Building Integrated PV     Solar Thermal Integrated PV-Thermal   Natural Daylighting      Solar...
Agenda• About Pfister Energy   • Technology Overview• Introduction                – Solar / Photovoltaics (PV)• Market    ...
Pfister Company Background•   Provide clean renewable energy, on-site distributed power generation, and energy efficiency ...
Who is Interested in Renewable Energy?  Anyone concerned about…   Monthly utility bills   Rising price of energy   Reli...
Benefits ofRenewable Energy &/or Energy Efficiency Financial Savings Simple Payback Public Stewardship & Goodwill Emis...
The Factors that Determine Project ROI?    Federal Incentives    State Incentives    New Construction vs Retrofit    C...
SOLARPHOTOVOLTAICS (PV)
Solar Photovoltaics (PV)       How do you select a       Technology options:      Solar Energy System?                    ...
Solar PhotovoltaicsAn excellent investmentProducing your own power onsitemeans reduced utility electric bills.State and fe...
Solar Incentives AvailableGovernment incentives shorten payback periods and improve ROI.Federal and State Incentives • 30%...
Sample Project                 Project Type                 SopraSolar- Solar                 Integrated Roof             ...
Sample Project                 Project Type                 SopraSolar-Solar Integrated Roof                 Site         ...
Solar Integrated RoofingEngineered Roof Layout of PV Panels (sample)
Sample Project - 41st Ave, New York City                                Project Type                                SopraS...
Sample Project – Pfizer                          Project Type                          SopraSolar- Solar                  ...
Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals                             Project Type                             SopraSolar- Sola...
Sample Project                 Project Type                 “Peel & Stick”                 Thin Film Solar PV             ...
Sample Project                 Project Type                 Crystalline                 Roof Mount                 Site   ...
Sample Project                 Project Type                 Ground-mount                 Crystalline PV                 Si...
Sample Project
Sample Project
Sample Project
Sample Project
Sample Project
BUILDING-INTEGRATEDPHOTOVOLTAICS
Building-Integrated Photovoltaics “BIPV”Integration of PV modules into the building envelope is an energyefficient and env...
BIPV -- Uses and PossibilitiesInnovation in combiningarchitecture with solarenergy:• Ventilated facade• Ventilated/non-ven...
BIPV – Flexible Design Options!• Customizable Size• Customizable Shape• Cell types: Monocrystalline, Polycrystalline, and ...
BIPV Modules – Crystalline Si BIPV modules are tailor-made to architectural requirements with individual design in terms o...
BIPV Modules – Amorphous Si   Opaque –         Semi transparent non-transparent      criss-cross Semi transparent   Semi t...
BIPV - Solar Awnings
BIPV - Solar Porticos / Carports
BIPV – Sample Projects
BIPV – Sample Projects
BIPV – Sample Projects
SOLAR THERMAL
Modular Solar ThermalHarness the radiant energy from the sun and convert it to heat forthe generation of hot water.• Roof-...
Solar Thermal Suitable for pitched roof, flat roof, awning, & facade installation! Premium solar thermal applications util...
Building Integrated Solar ThermalEliminates the visibility of the solar thermal collectors                                ...
Sample Projects
Sample Projects
BI Solar Thermal + Photovoltaics = Hybrid Projects!
BI Solar Thermal + Photovoltaics = Hybrid Projects!
DAYLIGHTING
Daylighting                            turn                                     sunlightWhat is it?Daylighting is an engin...
Daylighting• An energy-saving array of                          through-the-  roof luminaries• Collects sunlight through  ...
Daylighting Before Daylighting   After Daylighting
Hi-Bay Ceiling Application
Drop Ceiling Application
DaylightingHighlights of Pfister’s SunShine Daylighting System include• Savings of 40% to 80% on lighting costs• Brings ae...
Daylighting       Typical Daylighting kW Load Reduction
Daylighting Project Examples
Daylighting Project Examples
Daylighting Project Examples
Daylighting Project Examples
SOLAR LIGHTING
Solar Lighting
Solar Lighting – How It Works                                  During daylight hours sunshine on                          ...
Solar Lighting Solar Lighting Applications: • Parking Lots • Pathways • Security • Bus Stops / Shelters • ATM MachinesTren...
BUILDING-INTEGRATEDWIND ENERGY SYSTEMS
Building-Integrated Wind Systems Grouped Horizontal Axis Turbines   Single Vertical Axis Turbine
Building-Integrated Wind Systems
Building-Integrated Wind SystemsWhy Building-Integrated Wind?  • Lightweight, small    turbines  • Easily integrated into ...
Vertical vs. Horizontal TurbinesAdvantages of Vertical Axis Turbines (VATs) forBuilding-Integrated Applications• In urban,...
Aerodynamics of Urban WindAs air passes over the building there is a region of accelerated airflow.Placing a turbine in th...
Effect of Adding a Venturi Wing Above the Turbine
Building-Integrated Wind Systems
Building-Integrated Wind Systems
Project Development Steps for WindYou’re interested….so now what?   Assess the available wind   resource at your location:...
FUEL CELLS
Fuel CellsWhat are they?Electrochemical powergenerators with exceptionallyhigh electrical efficiencies thatproduce both el...
Fuel Cells Hydrogen Fuel Cells produceCombined Heat & Power (CHP) through an electrochemical,   non-combustion process
Fuel Cell Advantages• Cogeneration thermal recovery  enables production of combined  heat and power (CHP)• High electrical...
Fuel Cells vs. Conventional Fossil Fuels PlantEfficiency of the average fossil fuel plant is only 33%.• DFCs are 47% effic...
Fuel CellsThe DFC300 provides a base load of 300 kW of energy at >95% reliabilityplus 500,000 BTU / hr of thermal energy. ...
GEOTHERMAL
GeothermalThe temperature of the upper 10 ft of theEarths surface is nearly constant between50-60º F. As a result soil tem...
GREEN ROOFING
Green Roofing
Green RoofingBenefits Protects roof from damaging UV rays Adds insulation to building Reduces and slows water run-off ...
RAINWATERHARVESTING
Rainwater HarvestingThe collection, conveyance, storage, anddistribution of natural rainwater for non-potable applications...
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Energy Efficiency Audits                     Identify areas for energy                     efficiency improvement:        ...
Building Envelope“40% of the energy cost of heating and cooling a building iswasted by uncontrolled air leakage through th...
Building EnvelopeMaximize your facility’senergy efficiencyInsulationDoorsWindowsRoofWeatherproofingWeather-stripping...
LOOKING TOWARDTHE FUTURE
Zero Energy Buildings
Put Your Roof to Work
Questions?  • Technologies?  • Application?  • How to combine or integrate technologies to    maximize energy efficiencies...
For more information:                         Wayne Pfisterer                    wpfister@pfisterenergy.com               ...
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Pfister Energy is a leading solar installer, delivering turnkey renewable energy systems for commercial, industrial and institutional facilities, with an emphasis on building-integrated applications.

Pfister Energy is one of very few renewable energy companies in the U.S. offering a comprehensive line of products, services and technologies within the solar, renewable energy and energy efficiency industries. As a design-build construction firm, the company offers a complementary host of turnkey “green solutions,” custom-designed based on a given facility’s particular features, including:

• Photovoltaics
• Daylighting
• Energy Efficiency
• Wind Turbines
• Solar Lighting • Solar Thermal
• Fuel Cells
• Rainwater Harvesting

• Green Roofs
• Geothermal


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Possessing nearly 28 years of commercial roofing experience, Pfister Energy has been designing and installing renewable energy systems since 2005. The company specializes in solar installations and is respected for its ability to build complex, large-scale solar systems, on time and on budget, ranging from small, community-based projects to large commercial and industrial solar installations.

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Pfister Energy Renewable Energy Technologies 2012

  1. 1. Solar / Photovoltaics (PV) Building Integrated PV Solar Thermal Integrated PV-Thermal Natural Daylighting Solar Lighting Wind TurbinesFuel Cells - Cogeneration Green Roofing Rainwater Harvesting GeothermalEnergy Efficiency Audits ARE YOU LEADING THE WAY? www.pfisterenergy.com
  2. 2. Agenda• About Pfister Energy • Technology Overview• Introduction – Solar / Photovoltaics (PV)• Market – Building Integrated PV – Who is Interested – Solar Thermal – Benefits – Integrated PV-Thermal – Natural Daylighting• ROI Overview – Solar Lighting – Wind Turbines – Fuel Cells - Cogeneration – Green Roofing – Rainwater Harvesting – Geothermal 45 minutes + Q&A – Energy Efficiency Audits • Summary • Q&A
  3. 3. Pfister Company Background• Provide clean renewable energy, on-site distributed power generation, and energy efficiency systems to commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities nationwide.• Focused on the integration of complementary renewable and efficient technologies to match customer-specific needs.• Rooted in commercial/industrial roofing & construction for 27+ years• Distinguished reputation within the roofing industry• Established in 2005• Includes in-house equipment and staff (cranes, skilled technicians, NABCEP-certified engineers, and electrical license)• 13+ MW of renewable power installed since inception• Offices in NJ, FL, MD and NH• Additional locations planned in 2012• Broadest portfolio of renewable energy products in the industry
  4. 4. Who is Interested in Renewable Energy? Anyone concerned about…  Monthly utility bills  Rising price of energy  Reliability of the power grid  Requirement for backup or emergency power  America’s dependency upon foreign oil  The environment  Becoming a leader in the community
  5. 5. Benefits ofRenewable Energy &/or Energy Efficiency Financial Savings Simple Payback Public Stewardship & Goodwill Emissions Reductions Environmental Leadership Energy Independence Energy Savings
  6. 6. The Factors that Determine Project ROI?  Federal Incentives  State Incentives  New Construction vs Retrofit  Cost of Energy  Cost of the Technology Calculated by  Location the Project  Building (there is no rule of – Construction thumb) – Architecture – Usage – Occupancy
  7. 7. SOLARPHOTOVOLTAICS (PV)
  8. 8. Solar Photovoltaics (PV) How do you select a Technology options: Solar Energy System?  Hard-panel or flexible, thin- film technologies• Building Structure• Type of Roof  Ground-mount or building-• Condition of Roof integrated solar systems (roof and/or wall)• Budget• Simple Payback Calculation• Building Orientation• Landscaping• Available Space
  9. 9. Solar PhotovoltaicsAn excellent investmentProducing your own power onsitemeans reduced utility electric bills.State and federal incentives canreduce the initial capital expenditureand add to the Return on Investment.Simple payback is possible inapproximately 2 to 5 years.Can generate free energy for 20+ years after ithas paid for itself!
  10. 10. Solar Incentives AvailableGovernment incentives shorten payback periods and improve ROI.Federal and State Incentives • 30% Business Energy Investment Tax Credit (ITC) • ARRA Section 1603 - 30% Grant in Lieu of Tax Credits • Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS) Depreciation Benefit • State Sales Tax Exemption on Solar Equipment • Local Property Tax Exemption • Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SRECs) • State & Utility Rebates
  11. 11. Sample Project Project Type SopraSolar- Solar Integrated Roof Site Wayne, NJ Solar Manufacturer UniSolar Project Size 50 kW
  12. 12. Sample Project Project Type SopraSolar-Solar Integrated Roof Site Wayne, NJ Solar Manufacturer UniSolar Project Size 50 kW
  13. 13. Solar Integrated RoofingEngineered Roof Layout of PV Panels (sample)
  14. 14. Sample Project - 41st Ave, New York City Project Type SopraSolar- Solar Integrated Roofing Site Queens, NY Solar Type UniSolar Project Size 44 kW Roof Area 12,225 Sq. Ft.
  15. 15. Sample Project – Pfizer Project Type SopraSolar- Solar Integrated Roofing Site Groton, CT Solar Type UniSolar Project Size 50 kW Roof Area 18,530 Sq. Ft.
  16. 16. Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals Project Type SopraSolar- Solar Integrated Roof Site Titusville, NJ Solar Type UniSolar Project Size 155 kW Roof Area 52,500 Sq. Ft.
  17. 17. Sample Project Project Type “Peel & Stick” Thin Film Solar PV Site Flemington, NJ Solar Manufacturer UniSolar Project Size 40 kW
  18. 18. Sample Project Project Type Crystalline Roof Mount Site East Hanover, NJ Solar Type Glass Modules Project Size 360 kW
  19. 19. Sample Project Project Type Ground-mount Crystalline PV Site Vineland, NJ Solar Manufacturer Sharp Project Size 500 kW
  20. 20. Sample Project
  21. 21. Sample Project
  22. 22. Sample Project
  23. 23. Sample Project
  24. 24. Sample Project
  25. 25. BUILDING-INTEGRATEDPHOTOVOLTAICS
  26. 26. Building-Integrated Photovoltaics “BIPV”Integration of PV modules into the building envelope is an energyefficient and environmentally friendly alternative to conventionalinfill panels• Completely customizable• Attractive and easily integrated into building’s architecture• Creates desired level of shading to balance electricity production with daylight penetration and AC savingsBIPV technology offers extraordinary possibilities in solararchitecture – setting new standards in design and efficiency!
  27. 27. BIPV -- Uses and PossibilitiesInnovation in combiningarchitecture with solarenergy:• Ventilated facade• Ventilated/non-ventilated facades• Non-ventilated facade• Skylight construction• Canopy• Solar shading• BalconyBIPV offers insulation and protection from weather, direct sun, noise,fire, burglary, and even electromagnetism.
  28. 28. BIPV – Flexible Design Options!• Customizable Size• Customizable Shape• Cell types: Monocrystalline, Polycrystalline, and Amorphous• Cell colors: blue, bronze, grey, black, and other colors on request.• Configuration of reverse side: transparent, translucent, or a choice of colored, structural glazes• Type of connection: socket, or edge connectorBIPV provides architects with tremendous options for bothfunctionality and attractive design!
  29. 29. BIPV Modules – Crystalline Si BIPV modules are tailor-made to architectural requirements with individual design in terms of thickness/insulation, shape, color, and optical structure. “Cold” “Cold” “Warm” (Insulated) Glass / Tedlar – Element Glass / Glass – Element Glass / Glass – Element
  30. 30. BIPV Modules – Amorphous Si Opaque – Semi transparent non-transparent criss-cross Semi transparent Semi transparent stripes clear
  31. 31. BIPV - Solar Awnings
  32. 32. BIPV - Solar Porticos / Carports
  33. 33. BIPV – Sample Projects
  34. 34. BIPV – Sample Projects
  35. 35. BIPV – Sample Projects
  36. 36. SOLAR THERMAL
  37. 37. Modular Solar ThermalHarness the radiant energy from the sun and convert it to heat forthe generation of hot water.• Roof-mounted collectors trap the sun’s rays and convert it to heat• The absorbed solar heat warms a specialized, non-toxic fluid inside• A digital controller then activates the solar station to pump this fluid through the storage system via a closed-loop serpentine copper pipe• The piping is coiled around the potable water that is heatedOne of the most effective alternative methods of generatingenergy and lowering utility bills!
  38. 38. Solar Thermal Suitable for pitched roof, flat roof, awning, & facade installation! Premium solar thermal applications utilize pressurized, closed-loop (propylene glycol) systems• Fully integrated packages available• Fast and easy installation -- no soldering• Freezing and overheating issues are resolved• Low maintenance "plug & play" design• High selectivity absorber coating and optimum thermal insulation maximize efficiency and minimize energy loss• Digitally controlled with energy generation calculator
  39. 39. Building Integrated Solar ThermalEliminates the visibility of the solar thermal collectors • Solar energy is absorbed into a concealed collection system that is hidden just below the roof or wall. • Hidden from sight, it’s also protected from harsh weather for a longer life expectancy / warranty. • Installed during new construction, renovation or a re-roofing process.Seamless integration into building architecture frees up roof area toaccommodate additional clean energy technologies -- photovoltaics!
  40. 40. Sample Projects
  41. 41. Sample Projects
  42. 42. BI Solar Thermal + Photovoltaics = Hybrid Projects!
  43. 43. BI Solar Thermal + Photovoltaics = Hybrid Projects!
  44. 44. DAYLIGHTING
  45. 45. Daylighting turn sunlightWhat is it?Daylighting is an engineered,sophisticated skylight thatbrings natural, bright light intoa building space whilesignificantly reducing powerconsumption by both HVACand lighting systems. into work light
  46. 46. Daylighting• An energy-saving array of through-the- roof luminaries• Collects sunlight through prismatic rooftop lenses• Directs and distributes light downward into interior space as cool comfortable light Light generated covers more than five to ten times the area of a conventional skylight Various daylight savings control options available to maximize sunlight utilization and improve cost savings throughout the day
  47. 47. Daylighting Before Daylighting After Daylighting
  48. 48. Hi-Bay Ceiling Application
  49. 49. Drop Ceiling Application
  50. 50. DaylightingHighlights of Pfister’s SunShine Daylighting System include• Savings of 40% to 80% on lighting costs• Brings aesthetically-superior daylight indoors• Reduced eye fatigue & UV filtered protection provide safer worker conditions & improve performance• Uses renewable / sustainable energy – Sunlight!• Reduces greenhouse gasses, pollution, and dependence on foreign petroleum• Summertime kW demand is 75 to 100 percent lower• Little, if any, heat is transmitted -- in or out• 20-year useful life cycle and very low maintenance 120 installed Daylight units can save as much as 500 barrels of oil and 143 tons of greenhouse gasses each year!
  51. 51. Daylighting Typical Daylighting kW Load Reduction
  52. 52. Daylighting Project Examples
  53. 53. Daylighting Project Examples
  54. 54. Daylighting Project Examples
  55. 55. Daylighting Project Examples
  56. 56. SOLAR LIGHTING
  57. 57. Solar Lighting
  58. 58. Solar Lighting – How It Works During daylight hours sunshine on the solar panel creates electricity As the sun goes down, the panel stops generating electricity After dark, the system manager draws electricity stored in the battery System Manager to power the light The system manager controls current flow to charge the battery Battery
  59. 59. Solar Lighting Solar Lighting Applications: • Parking Lots • Pathways • Security • Bus Stops / Shelters • ATM MachinesTrenching and installing wires in urban areas can cost from$8 to $10 per linear foot and re-paving is extra!
  60. 60. BUILDING-INTEGRATEDWIND ENERGY SYSTEMS
  61. 61. Building-Integrated Wind Systems Grouped Horizontal Axis Turbines Single Vertical Axis Turbine
  62. 62. Building-Integrated Wind Systems
  63. 63. Building-Integrated Wind SystemsWhy Building-Integrated Wind? • Lightweight, small turbines • Easily integrated into building’s architecture • Work well in fractured urban wind environments • Effective in low-wind regimes • Minimizes issues with zoningCapitalize on the unique wind patterns created by the buildings height, location, position, and architecture!
  64. 64. Vertical vs. Horizontal TurbinesAdvantages of Vertical Axis Turbines (VATs) forBuilding-Integrated Applications• In urban, built-up environments, Traditional horizontal axis wind turbines have to rotate to track changing wind direction and wind turbulence are inevitable• Do not require consistent wind direction to continue producing power• Easy to integrate with existing Vertical axis wind turbines collect masts and buildings wind from all directions without tracking VATs offer several advantages for building integrated wind; however, HAT’s also have their place for certain applications
  65. 65. Aerodynamics of Urban WindAs air passes over the building there is a region of accelerated airflow.Placing a turbine in this region boosts the amount of electricity produced.
  66. 66. Effect of Adding a Venturi Wing Above the Turbine
  67. 67. Building-Integrated Wind Systems
  68. 68. Building-Integrated Wind Systems
  69. 69. Project Development Steps for WindYou’re interested….so now what? Assess the available wind resource at your location:• “Best” wind resources typically found along the coast, near waterways or on ridgelines • Assess suitability of site relative to terrain, adjacent buildings, and other potential obstructions• Use internet-based resources: Wind Explorer, wind maps, and wind rose to assess site
  70. 70. FUEL CELLS
  71. 71. Fuel CellsWhat are they?Electrochemical powergenerators with exceptionallyhigh electrical efficiencies thatproduce both electricity andheat without combustion andthe pollutants associated withburning conventional fuels.Fuel Cell Power Plants enable the clean production of on-site, grid-independent energy for base load applications!
  72. 72. Fuel Cells Hydrogen Fuel Cells produceCombined Heat & Power (CHP) through an electrochemical, non-combustion process
  73. 73. Fuel Cell Advantages• Cogeneration thermal recovery enables production of combined heat and power (CHP)• High electrical efficiency means savings through reduced energy consumption• Increased reliability of operations By displacing energy demand• Reduced on-site emissions previously met by high utility rates, savings create attractive• Premium power quality payback in as little as• Quiet 24/7 operation cycle 2 to 3 years!• Modular and scalable system sizes• State / federal financial incentives
  74. 74. Fuel Cells vs. Conventional Fossil Fuels PlantEfficiency of the average fossil fuel plant is only 33%.• DFCs are 47% efficient Given their cheaper• When utilizing waste heat (e.g. for domestic hot fuel costs and high water or steam), DFCs are 62% to 70% efficient efficiency, fuel cells• Plus there are no transmission losses! deliver a lifecycle• Compared with a typical fossil fuel plant, DFCs of equivalent power output deliver sizeable cost per kWh that is pollution reductions: substantially better  99.94% decrease in NOx than micro turbines.  99.99% decrease in SOx  55.00% decrease in CO2
  75. 75. Fuel CellsThe DFC300 provides a base load of 300 kW of energy at >95% reliabilityplus 500,000 BTU / hr of thermal energy. Megawatt sizes also available. DFC1500 (1.2MW) DFC3000 (2.4 MW)
  76. 76. GEOTHERMAL
  77. 77. GeothermalThe temperature of the upper 10 ft of theEarths surface is nearly constant between50-60º F. As a result soil temperatures areusually warmer than the air in winter andcooler than the air in summer.Geothermal heat pumps use the Earthsconstant temperatures to heat and coolbuildings by transferring heat from theground (or water) into buildings in winterand the reverse in the summer. Geothermal Systems average 40Although, most buildings still use traditional percent greater efficiency thanfurnaces and air conditioners, geothermal air-source heat pumps, 48 percent better than natural gasheat pumps are the most energy-efficient, furnaces and 75 percent betterenvironmentally clean, and cost-effective than oil furnaces!systems for temperature control.
  78. 78. GREEN ROOFING
  79. 79. Green Roofing
  80. 80. Green RoofingBenefits Protects roof from damaging UV rays Adds insulation to building Reduces and slows water run-off Adds green space for tenants and/or employees Eliminates “heat islands” in urban environments Earns LEED certification points from the USGBC (U. S. Green Building Council)
  81. 81. RAINWATERHARVESTING
  82. 82. Rainwater HarvestingThe collection, conveyance, storage, anddistribution of natural rainwater for non-potable applications.Instead of running from roofs into sewers,storm water gets collected and stored forlater use (toilet flushing, facility cleaning,industrial processing, irrigation, etc.)Advantages of Rainwater Harvesting Water Cost Savings  Taxpayer Savings  Water Conservation Added Property Value  Pollution Control  Better Quality of Water Simple Distribution  Erosion & Flood Control
  83. 83. ENERGY EFFICIENCY
  84. 84. Energy Efficiency Audits Identify areas for energy efficiency improvement:  Lighting  Workspace Illumination  HVAC  Building Envelope (insulation, doors, windows, roof, weatherproofing, weather-stripping, waterproofing)
  85. 85. Building Envelope“40% of the energy cost of heating and cooling a building iswasted by uncontrolled air leakage through the buildingenvelope.” U.S. Department of EnergyGoals for Tightening the Building Envelope• Lower heating and cooling bills• Increase worker productivity and comfort• Create a healthier, safer, consistently temperate environment• Reduce need for fossil fuels
  86. 86. Building EnvelopeMaximize your facility’senergy efficiencyInsulationDoorsWindowsRoofWeatherproofingWeather-strippingWaterproofing
  87. 87. LOOKING TOWARDTHE FUTURE
  88. 88. Zero Energy Buildings
  89. 89. Put Your Roof to Work
  90. 90. Questions? • Technologies? • Application? • How to combine or integrate technologies to maximize energy efficiencies within your facility? • Design? Engineering? Construction? • Maintenance? • Finance? • Benefits? • ROI?
  91. 91. For more information: Wayne Pfisterer wpfister@pfisterenergy.com Bill Poleatewich wpoleatewich@pfisterenergy.com Pfister Energy, Inc. 973-653-9880 www.pfisterenergy.com

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