SOURCE: SolCool One, LLC

May 14, 2008 15:35 ET

Sustainable Air Conditioning and Heating Debuts in California

REDLANDS, CA--(Marketwire - May 14, 2008) - SolCool One, LLC and Senergy Cooling Systems will hold an open exhibit of the Millennia HVAC system to industry, government, and finance principles May 29 & 30, 2008 at its facility in Redlands, California.

The 1.5 ton, 18000 BTU Millennia cooling and heating systems will be on operational display in both split and package models. "We are demonstrating how much less energy the Millennia uses with its patent pending technology to produce the same cooling and heating in the 12,000 - 60,000 BTU range as conventional hardware," announced Cliff Sutton, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at SolCool.

The Millennia Systems uses up to 75% less grid energy than conventional HVAC systems by utilizing all direct current (DC) components, automated energy management techniques, deep cell batteries and proprietary power technology. Energy use is further avoided or reduced by connecting any renewable into the direct current input to the DC plug and play port which is standard on all Millennia systems.

"We are receiving very positive feedback on a daily basis from the 40 plus LLC dealers world wide that have been demonstrating the Millennia this spring," commented Mark Walsh, LLC Manager. "Backorders should be cleared out by mid-June as full production is ramped up so we'll use this time to establish additional wholesale distribution, discuss opportunities and educate," Mr. Walsh added.

SolCool One, LLC is currently delivering a new generation of renewable, DC HVAC with battery backup systems under the brand, "Millennia" in concert with its manufacturing partner Senergy Cooling Systems. The Millennia System line will expand to 1 to 5 ton split and package choices in 2008. Go to: for more information on the Millennia and other energy consumption reduction products.

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