News : Dover energy company sees future in new hot air technology

Dec 12, 2011

DOVER — What if you were able to heat a building using little more than a small array of solar panels? Until recently, such options were virtually non-existent. But one New England company aims to change the way we think about the sun; what it can provide; how; and what it might mean for the future of solar energy.

Launched in 2008, Dover-based Revolution Energy has since installed nearly a half-dozen solar systems. As such, their expertise ranges from standard alternative energy systems to lesser-known, burgeoning technologies -- one of which they're betting will become a game changer in their ever-changing industry. It's called solar hot air technology, and it's poised to redefine how we think about heating large-scale buildings.

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